Alpha Whiskey Photography: Took some long exposures in London with this camera. Not a bad little performer, and the in-built ND filter helps with slowing the shutter speed too.
Thank you SSantana75 :)
Took some long exposures in London with this camera. Not a bad little performer, and the in-built ND filter helps with slowing the shutter speed too.
Took the Canon G5 X with me for a trip. Good travel camera.
Connecting kids with nature is vital for its future preservation.I recently read a very funny kids adventure about dung beetles set in the natural world - Doogie And The Rollers.
Ribblehead Viaduct is definitely a great place to shoot
RichRMA: Very good shots. Big cats are being poached by hunters working for places like China and Vietnam where tiger gall bladders, etc, are used in quack medicine. It's a good idea to find alternative areas for them to live, like perhaps wild areas in North America because where they are living is not longer viable.
Most of my faves of 2014 are here:
Alpha Whiskey Photography: http://photographylife.com/choosing-black-white
Some are shot directly in B+W using the B+W filter on the camera. There are some SOOC examples in the article. More SOOC B+W shots here:http://alphawhiskey.slickpic.com/photoblog/post/PhotoWalkAroundStPauls
Fantastic photos. Thank you.
I don't know anything about wildlife photography, but I always find that getting closer to one's subject makes for a more engaging, and thus more endearing, image. And if the viewer can connect with the animal they are more likely to care about it. Hopefully wildlife photography will encourage more conservation.
Nice. Reminds me of my Wildlife Calendar for 2014
Wings are beautiful, indeed as are butterflies….from a distance. But close up their heads and probosces are not attractive:
Amazing images! Just stunning!
Love my compact EM-5. Shoots a variety of subjects just fine:
Alpha Whiskey Photography: Love my EM5. Waterfalls, night shots, wildlife. Shot everything with it. Who wants my FX DSLR? ;)
Thanks! Shot the hell out of it in just a couple of months! :)
Love my EM5. Waterfalls, night shots, wildlife. Shot everything with it. Who wants my FX DSLR? ;)
Puts my wildlife photos to shame :)
I was curious about this camera when I heard it announced, but the IBIS and LIVE TIME functions on the Olympus EM5 are so useful to me that I don't regret my purchase. Having captured a variety of subjects with m4/3, I think this format is just great. My FX Nikon is a paperweight.
Stunning photos. I think for the last one, he may have intended the title to be "Slip the SURLY bonds of Earth..." by John Gillespie Magee, used by Peggy Noonan to write a speech for President Reagan to describe the fate of the Challenger Shuttle crew in 1986. "Slipped the surly bonds of Earth to touch the face of God."
Amazing photo nonetheless. :)