great shots....but i still dont see the point in talking pictures of captured animals. all the fun..and skill in my opinion, is finding and shooting them in the wild, and identifying them as well. just my thoughts
Thank you and you really should bother. Best way to learn. My first birds of prey pics were are disaster, but you get better with the practice..i dont know why i even bother to show my pics on this site after seeing all these great pics from you guys
Cheers and these were shot with a Sigma 70-300 4.0-5.6 APO. I was about 4 meters away for most of the shots.Wow..these are awesome. Can I ask what lens you used for these? How close up were you able to get?
Thanks. I didnt do anything special on the eyes. Just sharpening, levels, brightness/contrast, saturation and NeatImage. Thats done on the whole photo, not on the eyes only.The eyes on the birds of both threads are amazing! Do you do anything in post to the eyes? If not, what lens do you use?
Thanks. First off, im sitting there anyways, so why not take pics while doing that. And you still need some skill to take the flying picsgreat shots....but i still dont see the point in talking pictures of captured animals. all the fun..and skill in my opinion, is finding and shooting them in the wild, and identifying them as well. just my thoughts
Thank you, i used the lens that i allready mentioned for the photo's in both threads.Another good series. Great job. I would also like to pose the question already asked, what lens did you use for these two threads?
Thank youVery nice pictures! Gotta love the crispness!
Thanks for the comment Would be pretty sh!tty if he would have legs like that. Mice would be laughing at him.I really like this series. Yes, #7 is a hands down winner for me as well, but I love the pattern on #5.
I don't mean to poke fun at any of your photos, but #3 cracks me up. The leather strapping is falling just right to look like little legs at first glance.
Cheers#7 also, excellent!
Thank youExcellent as always. Well done.