Didn`t have any plans that day so I told my neighbor "let`s take your puppies out for a photoshoot" .....and it turns out to be a great day ...they were all over me ...my camera, every lens was licked :D ....
This is Eggnog (where the shelter came up with that name I don't know). She was found in a ditch along side the road and thought to be dead. But a good person picked her up and brought her to the shelter, where with a lot of help she is now up and about, albeit missing one eye, and thriving. I took her portrait last week at my local shelter (...
I found this stray cat in my backyard and unlike others it was not really afraid of the camera
This is my first weekend shooting with a medium forma camera. Please let me know any advice or tips on improving the image. This image has very little processing since I haven't learned to use Capture One yet.
The Atlantic Puffin can be very hard to capture good and sharp photos of. They fly quickly and as soon as they land with food for their little ones they disappear into their small caves. The cool thing about taking pictures of the puffins at Runde, Norway is that as soon as the sun sets the puffins starts be really photogenic and sits still....
I was playing with a Canon 5d markii when I took these pictures in my back yard. Lily is a dachshund mix who is quite a bit camera shy. Sadie is a basenji mix that I can't seem to get a bad photo of.
My goal with the image of both of the girls in the same frame was to document the difference in their personalities.
Let me know...
Okay - not Bambi, but thought it made for a good title :)
Taken in Richmond Park, London last December with a Canon 7D Mk2 and Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Sport.
Always amazed at how animals cooperate for mutual benefit... young deer gets de-bugged, Blackbird gets lunch!
I was as my local shelter yesterday taking my usual pro bono portraits of the new animals. This little guy - Spunky - really stole my heart. He got his name as he was the runt of the litter and not expected to survive, but he was "spunky" and beat all the odds.
As I was standing next to the raised bed he was sleeping on trying to get a...
Hello, I'm Mare. I love photographing pets so I joined this group and I am submitting this photo for your critique. I created a series of photos taking pictures of my cat Lucy with different lighting. This one was with flash in manual mode (1/32power). The settings were 48mm focal length, f/10, shutter speed 1/125(to stop the motion of a moving...
From last weeks pro bono portrait shoot at my local animal shelter. Part Siamese, she looks like she could be the "queen of Egypt!"
New to the group and the fstoppers community. Wanted to share one of my favorite images. I hope everyone has an awesome day!
Here's a picture of my litle cat. One is edited, and one unedited an other are unedited. Please tell me what do you think, I'am new to photography.
I visit my local animal shelter a couple of times a month and take portraits of the new animals that have come in since my last visit. This is Valkyrie. One of the most stunning felines I have photographed in some time.
Shot at a Civil War Reenactment. Canon SL1, with a Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD Lens for Canon.
ISO 400, 150mm, f6.3, 1/500
Would love feedback.
This is my dog Penny, I took this out side my work on my lunch break. I used a Nikon D40 with a Nikkor 18-55 and a mounted flash.
This month I had the honor of partnering with a local rescue called People Helping Paws for a project. I am doing monthly features on my page for 1 anima per month and doing pictures for their website. Shot in a foster's home.
Any tips, criticism or ideas for next month more than welcome.
**Iso was kind of high to be able to get...