Looking for critiques on this picture. Personally the grass kind of kills the shot for me but its what I had to work with.
I'd like to get your comments on this shot of a honey bee enjoying a lupin. I am not at all a "macro photographer", but those colors really got me. Shot this using a lot of patience, and a macro filter on a regular 18-200 lens a while back, near my home.
We are new to this group and to using the group option at all. Here are two shots of one of our favorite birds to photograph. The solo puffin is from Alaska while the group of puffins are from the Faroe Islands.
It was, surprisingly, summer-esq outside today... so, I grabbed a photo I took last summer, did an edit, and uploaded it. It was a nice change of pace from all the winter photos/ edits I’ve been doing lately, so I’m going to adopt it as standard practice from now on, regardless of how the weather is or what season I’m in.
Off camera flash enabled me to capture the exact point at which this owl was about to grasp the branch on which it was going to land. Lucky timing!
I am wanting to become better and I just want to get some advice on how I can improve my wildlife photos
Here are some photos I took at Swan Lake Washington I am very proud of. Let me know what you think about them.
This Osprey was perched in Lovers Key well above the crowd of tourists passing through and right in the sun glare. Thank you, telephoto lens, you gave me sight!
This little guy resides behind my house. He was chasing...I think the female for a little while and then decided to take a rest on the dead cholla. I was lucky enough to grab some shots.
Thanks for looking.
A Mallard duck on the Tualatin River in Oregon just after he leaped out of the water. There is some blur in his wings showing motion.
Yes, unfortunately, the tripod fell over. You can read all about it in my new indiegogo campain: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/my-camera-sunk-in-a-lake-and-i-need-a...
If you can help - I'll appreciate it. Even by just spreading this around.
One from the other day I thought turned out nice. I like the little drops in the shot.
D850 + Sigma 150mm macro non-os.
Thanks for looking.
I pulled this from a sequence of photos taken on a recent hike. This one is just as the bird is landing. The sky is very blue but that is accurate around here for a crisp fall day.