- nglen (36145)
- [2008-09-11 12:04]
Hi Annick. This is an amazing close up of the Impala with fine detail and colours . Good use of the eve light. I think i know the ID of the leaves i believe they are green HA HA !! . Well done TFS.
- rousettus (19818)
- [2008-09-11 16:06]
wovv. wonderful portraite for this very lovely impala. All features, from eyes contact and focus to frame and POV/OOF, excellent. I will add it to my favourite. Thanks for sharing, best wishes
- Chiza (5351)
- [2008-09-11 19:33]
Hola Annik: Una foto maravillosa, de una especie increíble...un encuadre, color, luz, enfoque y entorno excelentes...saludos.
- Mana (18598)
- [2008-09-11 19:56]
Outstanding shot of this elegant Impala with very impressive sharpness and natural colours. Superb light and exposure management and a fine pose captured. Excellent DOF, POV and composition. Thanks for sharing this fine image.
- rcrick (68)
- [2008-09-11 20:00]
Just beautiful superb detail, wonderful colours, perfect framing, t.f.s
Cheers Rick :)
- robindb (1420)
- [2008-09-11 21:48]
Very good detail, The ears show the alertness of these animals which they have to be being a target for all the carnivores. The highlight and the grass in the mouth add life to the image.
- soccer (2557)
- [2008-09-11 22:24]
Very detailed and sharp pic of the Impala. Many people forget to take pics of them in the Kruger Park as they are so numerous.
Your DOF, POV, OOF BG and composition are all excellent.
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2008-09-11 22:47]
A great portrait of this female Impala. Superb detail and pose. Well seen and captured.
- Janice (18832)
- [2008-09-12 1:51]
She looks great Annick, and I like the small green piece of grass in her mouth.
- schnoopie (964)
- [2008-09-12 2:01]
wonderful portrait of this Impala with great sharpness and colors.
Beautiful bg, too. I like the branches next to the Impala. Nice compo.
- Kathleen (232)
- [2008-09-12 4:47]
Stunning image Annick. Lighting, exposure, sharpness, detail and colour, beautiful.
- JoseMiguel (5658)
- [2008-09-12 5:37]
So all the credits for the exceptional image are for the sunset light? :)
This one reminds me the viewmaster, for the amazing 3D quality, specially of the head.
What beautiful details all along the fur, as well as the pose.
I like a lot the composition made with the inclusion of the leaves at the left.
Great image and thanks for share it.
My best regards,
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2008-09-12 6:15]
Prachtige foto van deze dame. De scherpte is tip top en de kleuren zijn erg mooi. Steken mooi af tegen de groene achtergrond. Er zit een uitstekende diepte in de foto.
- jrobertop (544)
- [2008-09-12 7:23]
Extraordinary "pose" of this wonderful Impala!
Excellent perspective, sharpness and coloration.
I liked much of this work!
Congratulations and TFS!
- smurali (3596)
- [2008-09-12 12:02]
Annick, Lovely closeup. Looks so close as if I am standing next to it. Great colors.
- Juyona (16891)
- [2008-09-12 13:15]
bello encuadre y bg.
- joey (24909)
- [2008-09-12 13:25]
A really intimate portrait of this Impala, Annick.
You are an expert at photographing these animals.
Superb catch-light in the eye.
Very well done,
- greychick (625)
- [2008-09-12 19:27]
What a beautifully composed shot, and what a moment to capture. The sharpness and colours are fantastic. Its a one in a million shot.
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2008-09-13 3:33]
Hi Annick, fantastic portrait of lovely creature, perfect focus, great details and splendid sharpness, very well done, ciao Silvio
- horia (16656)
- [2008-09-13 7:45]
I don't know about anybody else, but i can't seem to get enough of your shots from S.A. Even if they present animals we've seen before, each one has something new to offer.
Here we have another great portrait of an impala but also a nice addition - that plant on the left. I think the two complement each other and create such a nice, natural union. Great composition with them tight in like that.
Bravo and TFS
- EOSF1 (23955)
- [2008-09-15 13:01]
It looks in 3D to me here! What a fantastic shot, again you've done with your usual great technique andyour obvious talent! Well done Annick, thanks!