Camera: Canon REBEL T5, Lens EF75-300mm, Focal Length: 300 mm, Shutter Speed: 1/512 s, ISO: 1000, F 7.1, Location: Longleat Drive in Safari, UK.
Discription : Nikon D3400, Apeature Priority Mode, Matrix Metering, AF-C Servo, AF Single Point, Use BBF, Custome WB, Handheld, 70-300mm Kit Lens, F/6.3 1/320 ISO-1600.
Shutter Speed : 1/1600sec
Mode: Aperture priority
Focal Length: 135mm
Kindly, lemme know what you think about it.
Below photograph is taken using Canon EOS 1500D, 55-250mm Kit Lens.
Shutter Speed: 1/4000s
Focal Length: 250mm
Not done any post-process on this, just added signature.
Suggestions are welcome.
I have processed the image in the light room but Somehow I was not able to create that impact which i wanted to Create.
Sir Request you to please look at it and guide
You need to include other elements in the frame..should be a landscape pic with the big moon in it…which should show a sense of size…
Then what is it that you liked in the image and what do you think could have been improved..these are the first steps for self learning…
The wolf had a kill of male Black buck but it was too far away 200 meter plus distance and very early morning with very less light. Had to increase ISO .. Used Nikon D500 with ISO 20000 at 600 mm focal length, F 6.3 and 1/160. Gave a little greenish tint, lots of grains since light and distance constraint was there. Gives a painting like image…. In such situations we sight our targets but cant get the clarity due to technical reasons. I personally liked the grainy look with other animals in back drop.. This is the best I could do in those conditions. What further can we do in these situations.
Niraj, This picture is grainy . Is it possible to fix this noise by post processing ?
Took this photo by Nikon D500 and 60-600 mm Sigma lens at F/6 and 1/8000 exposure at ISO 800 , taken at 360 mm. The king fisher is sitting on an electrical wire. I took the photo to negate the effect of wire across the setting sun. The point which I should have taken care of is the exposure… It could have been reduced by quite a good number ….atleast 2 stops down.. Have not done much post processing apart from normal enhancement…which gave me the yellow border of the sun. Though the original image looks quite similar …
I clicked this image in one of the national parks in the US with a Sony 100-400mm lens. I tried my best to get lower to the eye level of the Elk but still couldn’t get a creamy bokeh in the background may be because of the limitation of the lens or distance from the subject. Thus I decided to desaturate the colors so that the main subject — the Elk, could get more visual attention. I would like to know if this experimentation here works somewhat or did I take too much liberty in post-processing a wildlife image. Thank you!
Forgot to add Exif Info – 400mm | 1/400s handheld | ISO 2000 | f/5.6
I love it, can you post its color version too
What I didn’t like-
1.The brown bark of the trees in the BG, they create distractions
2.The white spot above the bird.
Camera Body- Nikon D4s, Lens- Nikkor 200-500 @f5.6 nad 390mm 1/8000s shutter speed( it was flying and perched for one moment) iso-6400 shot on the 30th of May 2019