Thanks for looking. As for a Pheasant in florida, I'm not sure although quite possible. The Pheasant is not a native bird to North America if I'm not mistaken they were brought over by the Chinise in maybe the 1800sNice work for all, but what a stunning bird is that pheasant. Those things are in Florida?
Miko thanks for the input. Yes I am realy enjoying the new camera witch is motovating me to get out and shoot more.Troy, I agree your rig is working great for you and you are getting some great shots. Also, you seem much more motivated in getting out there often, which is really what it's all about - having fun and practicing!
Your exif data shows you have your in-camera saturation on high. The one little thing you might want to experiment with is trying it more neutral ... that way you can have more control over it in PP. While I think most of your shots are eye-popping colorful in a good way, there might be times, like on image #3, where having it toned down a little might garner better detail/and or look more realistic. Anyway, there are many ways to approach a technique, just thought it might be something to consider.
Wow, what a nice catch on that Pheasant! Very nice angle too (low). Keep up the good work.
March 23rd, 2007 05:35 PM
Gonzo thanks for looking the GBNH was a pleasant surprise.Wonderful shots! I really need to add a BCNH to my portfolio...
Thanks Diane it has been a lot of fun.WOW! Absolutely beautiful! Wonderful combination on camera and lens too!