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Discussion in 'Birds' started by Boobie Joe, Aug 3, 2005.
Same spot as the other one, no filters, evening dimmed light ...
Totally different I must say ...
Another beauty Yves. I like the way his feet are splayed on the rock - that is quite the grip.
Looks good to ME :>)))
(think he is stuffed and glued to that rock lol)
Gale, don't laugh, I had the same comment/question a few times last night. Since they don't move much, people tend to think the unthinkable. :twisted:
Super nice, excellent composition with the moving water and all.
I would love for you to start a thread in the technical discussion explaing rear curtain sync flash. When to use it, what effects it has, and how to set up.
As always excellent shot.
wow, once again a fabulous shot and setup. Just wonderful. these with your other images are so good they would stand as an exhibit on juvie BCNH.
I think its water splashed on his head. I like the effect it produced as streak around his head. Looks almost like a comic book effect.
Another excellent image. I still think this must be a trained bird that you take home with you at night.
Do you know how many of us have shot the same GBH in Viera. lolol
We now call him the Mayor of Viera....
(He is stuffed to. We just move him around where we whant him...rofl.)
I second that! Also, a pet peev of mine", how to post such clear and vivid images. Mine come across "muddy". Ya know, you work your a$$ of to make a great PRINT and it looks like crap when posted.
Excuse my rant, GREAT IMAGE, not just a great shot, but a great presentation on you're image!
Different, yes. Excellent, yes. 8)
I will have to say that you have the most patient models I've ever seen. I assume that they are waiting for a fish to swim by. Do you ever see them actually spearing their dinner?
OK do you keep super glue in your backpack... great concept and well executed you are always pushign the enevelope
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