This beauty was so easy to work with as it stayed focused on its prey that day. 200mm tele helps get close.
The second picture I've made of a raptor. The whole situation of the photo was pretty unplanned but I just love that plain view from perfect side.
The flowers were in bloom for only a few weeks earlier this year and the bees did their part. It is sad that we don't take better care to protect these amazing creatures. They're hard to film in flight since they fly around in whatever pattern suits them.
i'm new to f stoppers and new to animal/wildlifephotography. What do you think of my portrait of an eagle?
Thanks for looking at my picture :)
I'm trying to improve my Macro Photography skill. Unfortunately I don't know what bug it is. If someone know, please leave a comment.
Sony A7rIII, Sony 90mm Macro, Flash
During summer in Sweden it never gets really dark so it is possible to be up photographing all night long. Here a lonely loon photographed 3 am in a misty summer night.
Check out my images below, I processed them in lightroom for a Fine Art style print. Feel free to critique!
I've started raising Monarch Butterflies this year and they've given me so many macro opportunities. This is one of my favorites this year so far.
Sometimes a Monarch Caterpillar will choose to stay on their food source and create their Chrysalis there. This is perfect for me as I love to photograph them in a natural...
Gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar).
Last two weeks have been really bad for me and I was not able to go out at all. Hopefully this will change now. Maybe this visitor from today will be a good omen.
2nd July 2019 @ Niepołomice, Poland
© 2019 Marcin Świostek
This is part of a sequence I took as nesting material was gathered. The landing procedure and ospreys method of holding the leaf was quite interesting.
1/1600. F7.1. ISO 160. D500. 250mm. On nikor 200-500 5.6
I've been trying to find interesting subjects without leaving my neighborhood. Luckily there is a lake in my neighborhood! I've tried a few times to get these dragonflies to stay still long enough to take some pictures and finally got a few worth sharing. IMO.
These are all shot on an A6000 with a nikkor 135 f2.8 taken at f5.6 or f8....
I shot the grasshopper at Saturday. It was very windy and the grasshopper was very jumpy. So I appologize for the slight out of focus of the eye. ;) I hope you like it anyway.
Sony A7rIII, Sony 90mm Macro, Metz Ringflash
I spotted this guy in the West Coast National Park near Cape Town South Africa
Hi everyone, im new to the group and wildlife photography. I took a trip out earlier on in the year to a local nature reserve known for red squirrels. would love peoples opinions on how i did.
A clear, but cold and frosty early morning with the sun rising over Georges Bay. Although winter the day turned out nice and sunny and we went fishing
Recently took a trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National park and while hiking through the tetons we came across this awesome fox den. Having seen how incredible the mother fox looked the day before we knew we had to wait around for her to return. We set up our tripods and patiently waited for her.
Look how beautiful she is! She's...
These photographs were all taken with an easy distance of my home in Stieglitz [near St Helens],
I recently got the Canon EF 100-400mm II L lens and started snapping shots of birds in the yard. I'm only an amateur at this, so any tips and tricks are welcome! I'm really enjoying this and want to improve.
Shot with the Canon EOS R.