Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by TLI, Jul 25, 2007.
These are edited, thats why the branches look purple
Good eye to spot this bird (I assume it was in the wild?) and good job capturing that first shot, as I'm sure it was moving quickly. It's nice how it posed for you in that second pic. It would have been great if the sky was other than grey, but one can't help that, can one, when taking wildlife shots?
wild shot, all my nature shots are wild, none are staged or taken at a rehabilitation center or zoo. It was a gloomy day in early January in New England when the shot was taken, hence the grey overcast.
Really like the 1st shot, a lovely capture.
Great, always nice too see pics of birds of prey. And i dont think the purple has to do something with the edit, but with the lens. I also had this with my Tamron. Totally lost the term for it though. Maybe someone else knows.
edit: found it, lateral chromatic aberration, which causes color fringing.......anyways, something like that
ya, but the adjustment brought it out a lot more
Nice job. I don't get to see many of these were I am. Nice of you to share.
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