how wonderful life is when these colourful birds are around (one's house/garden)
dress like a dancer
what a big beat and a short tail. Do they fall out-of-balance?
cheap body, cheap lens. Great photo!
i like this one. Photography point of view, everything is fine. sharp and in focus. The bird's gesture is really good and its shape looks like the tiny white-eye (a green bird) we have here.
like sth in a fairy tale
beautiful colours, angle of view and beautiful place. may i know where it is?
the HDR effect is always attractive. But 720 x 1min exposures, i wish my camera has that kind of automation (like a program), and also lot of work hours in front of yr computer. That's a piece of Arts. Thanks a lot.Wish we could have a bigger version ;D
colour clouds i like. very sharp image at F2.8
like a sculture created by the sea, very interesting stone
i guess this is photoshopped, putting the star trails on top of a very good-looking nite scenic view.
in the file downloaded, i saw an exposure of 60sec, although that field could sometimes shows meaningless data. I just came back from an attempt to capture some stars (at 2am), and failed miserably! i tried sth like F11 /w 30sec ISO400~800. The dark sky could be brightly lit by some strait light from nearby street lamps. So I guess the data shown here must be wrong! At F4.5, ISO800 for 12 hrs, the CMOS could have been burnt long long time ago.
i wish i could have an untouched photo like this.Beautiful view! very good camera/lens.
i'd pay ... to be there very peaceful i bet
the trees were probably not dead (yet). just winter time leaves fallen. the photo was shot in early 2008, not 2009 since the hand-bag or bottle-opener bldg's construction should have been completed by 2009.
it beats most SLR. With proper skill, this not-so-praised DC gave a wonderful nite view. Good exposure control, low noise and great water reflection.Much better than the other Pongtung photo up there.i've got a chance there, but my Panasonic FZ5 gave a lot of noise and vague image.
Is he/she charging at the camera man ?
the AF must be really fast 'cos the bird is turning fast and towards the camera. and image is so sharp.
nothing to complain about the lazy frog. For a K-x, at ISO 100, isn't it a bit too mich noise ? given what the camera review has suggested.
beautiful bride and a happy dad.
i ain't fond of getting married. But this photo has one of the best light, and a warm feeling and story to tell.
Absolutely the best
they look very similar