I saw your name along with others popping up on my timeline, so I was reminded to know where we had met.
Of course you're here giving lessons once more. Count me as a learner when it comes to butterflies. Your settings would indicate you were I'll if they were wrong. But they are not. I don't believed I could do better. I could do different but then it wouldn't be yours. Blessings on continued success and congratulations to those who open their eyes, I received red wine. Keep it up Silvio.
Very nice, enough to make a good ad for Nikon. You and I know that Nikon surpasses most others in true colours---which these are! Then the convoluted lines intermixed. It is as if someone took control of the RGB switches and set saturations perfectly balanced.
I may not meet you in this life, although it seems we have been friends for decades, but until them, please do continue to entertain us either your photos of art in nature.
Your good buddy
It's a classic Anne. This should be in your tops book. I like that there isn't too much contrast. That might have thrown it off, but you got lucky. Oh heck. It's a talent. No. Luck involved.
Very nice Mr TN...Cannot have any red but water is good....Very good and as er usual you have used light in your favor. I never see mistakes any longer. I remember years ago there were problems but no more...great stuff.
I know exactly what you mean Ron! Using Lightroom can help this a bit but it is almost a complex as their more expensive model. You did well as far as I can tell. The white is what makes the picture anyhoo, You do get around the old Buckeye. I envy you friend and some of the opportunities you have had are just ad this exciting.
I still don't mind using JPG in Lightroom George, however you seem to do real well with RAW. And your vignette works well here too. Not at all sure exactly where you're at but you seem calm enough to wait for just the right image to come along. I must say congrats for sticking it all out so long. It's been a rough road on TN. What I didn't see in person I watched from the sidelines...and on through it you continue to do superior work. Keep on the good road.'Bob
We used to come out here to BBQ in the fall and winter for it was open in all seasons. My last trip I received a ticket. Right on stop sign? Crazy police thought I was a hippie...oooops I was!
Great autumnal colous Ron. The only thing I might have done better is to be there with you. There has been some talk of such. I want to see these beautiful wooded landscapes again...great shot..'
Ouch! I thought to myself..what a fancy new head for a butterfly. No such luck for this one for they are all, everyone cammo'ed well and hidden with exception of your golden eye eh? I would do nothing to improve, but perhaps to come to Italy and take these with you.
Fascinating Peter. It appears as though it is holding a sleighbell from Santa's Sleigh in its beak.On the focal you caught all the best parts in crisp sharpness with a bit left for reflection then OOF to concentrate on the focal. Doe by a pro for pros.
This type of treescape is my favorite. You do similar to me in sharpening. I thought it was my secret trick but apparently not:-) The patterns along with the combined sharpness is my second secret. You are very good sir. I am most pleased with this image...