Discussion in 'TPF News & Announcements' started by Overread, Mar 1, 2013.
That is actually a really cool shot.
Nice shot, i have stopped entering competitions at our club because no matter what the subject is people always managed to enter Natural History shots and 9 times out of 10 the judges are biased towards Natural History
Absolutely outstanding shot!
Coastalconn, there are some defining works for artists, and this is definitely one of them. Good job.
Well deserved! grats
Thanks again everyone! A few people have asked me the specs on this one.. Nikon D300, Tamron 200-500. F8, ISO 400, 1/800th sec at 500mm. For those that don't know the story I spent a few weeks researching the Osprey behavior (low tide, sun and wind at my back) and 7 mornings of waiting to get this shot. It flew directly over my head and it actually dripped on me. This shot is from about 55 feet if memory serves me...
YOU deserve it! I show this picture to almost everyone and they can't believe it. GREAT JOB
Congrats, I actually read this earlier on Tony Northrup Photography site
Hats off. That is an absolutely amazing photo :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
Tony is a good friend of mine. He was shooting Ospreys with me during my quest. He got his best shot one morning before I got there. I got this one one a the few mornings he wasn't there!
Absolutely spectacular... before I even opened this thread I was remembering how awesome this was and thought the it should be picked! Keep up the great work!
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