This is a waxy monkey tree frog. They are very interesting frogs as they have quite a bit of dexterity in there hands and feet, unlike any amphibian I have handled up to this point!
I literally couldn't believe this natural light, through dirty glass photo turned out let alone needed almost no post work! #tripod and #IS-lenses FTW!
Here is my cat in the backyard.
Im trying out a new style of editing now and learing to use photoshot and not just lightroom.
I like some feedback on my progres:)
Here is the edit and the befor
Looking forward for critics. I would love to take simple pics that tell a story, or at least make you stop for a moment. Please, give me hints how to get better. Thanks!
Getting this photo was easier than I thought it would be. I just set up the camera near the hole, then retreated with a remote shutter release and waited a few minutes for it to pop out.
New to wildlife photography. First attempt in early December 2018 at Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico.
I am wanting to become better and I just want to get some advice on how I can improve my wildlife photos
Canon EOS 7DMKII
Sigma 70-200mm f2.8 apo ex dg os hsm+1.4* extender
Got this shot in Varanger Norway Feb 2018.
It was so cold that nose drops fall on the camera icing some buttons !
Nikon D5 500 mm f/4 f/5,6 1/4000 640 ISO
Shot on the Farne islands, these were my two favourites of the day. Let me know what you think!
See also: @aworldofftrack on instagram
So this grey heron decided to land on our roof. Shot with my Nikon D7200 with the 70-300AFS, ISO 100, F5.6, 1/1000s.
I really like this but it may be too stylized. Everything is real (reflection, ..) - I just darkened the water around them because there was a boat behind them which reflected colors on the water that I didn't like.
Wondering what you think?
I can't decide which I like better. Cropping Left or Right. Any suggestions? I'm also including the original. Any suggestions would be appreciated.