Photoshop. I have the CS3 extended version from 2008.
From what I see, I'd say try a different crop. You have cut off the top of her head, her shoulder, and her elbow. I'm also seeing yellow patches...
That's cool I like it. Is it desaturated around the edges? I like the effect.
Looking for critique. I made a softbox and played around with it. It was the only light source, with the lights in the room off. Didn't do a ton...
Great set Eric! With all the waterfowl and shorebirds you post up, have you ever managed to capture a least bittern?
Cool shot. Very cryptic pattern, would be hard to see him in vegetation.
This is stunning. Belongs on a wall.
Good edit! I think that chair and stone wall worked out perfect for the shot.
First one is a yellow legs I dont know if its greater or lesser, #2 is tree swallows like you thought. Good shots, i like the composition in 5.
Absolutely, solid and helpful.
Mdtusz, I don't mind the honesty at all. I see what your saying on 2, duly noted. Finding interesting poses...
Just realized I didn't put what I shot with.
Canon EOS 40D with a 28-135mm lens, and built in flash.
Convinced my girl to brave the weather and pose for me in the snow. I'm trying to improve all aspects of my portrait photography, so c&c would be...
I think it's an ornate hawk eagle. Saw one during a presentation a few weeks ago. Beautiful birds! Great shots!
look up eurasian sparrow hawk. goshawk seems too big for whats here. This dude is hardly bigger than the pigeon. AWESOME series by the way. 1,3,4...
Great shots, that heron and fish is really cool! Your unknown is an american bittern. Very cool bird to see, if you do actually see it!:lol:
You can reconstruct that wingtip fairly easily by duplicating the other wing tip and fitting it into place. Only tough part would be getting your...
These are amazing! I can't wait to go this summer. Were you walking around on your own to capture these, or did you have someone showing you around?
haha thanks Insanity, glad you clarified on that. thanks for the comment.
Thanks for putting it up for me!
Started with this self portrait and was going to attempt something a little darker, but once I got here I liked it. C&C welcome.
For one reason...
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