Big and little critters, and other stuff with the 100-300 mm

Started Apr 29, 2014 | Discussions thread
Michael J Davis
Michael J Davis Veteran Member • Posts: 3,502

GeorgianBay1939 wrote:

I certainly don't mind at all! In fact, I feel honoured that the BIF Master would take the time to correct (more than "basic edit") those images. I have been paying a lot of attention to WB especially since I posted these originals. I think that I am getting the basics down. Slow learner (that has to go back and review stuff more often)

I managed to get a shot of the VERY RARE 4-LEGGED Sandhill Crane yesterday. I think that the image is processed better than my previous stuff!

4-legged Grus canadensis, quatro.

Is the above warmed up enough?

On the technical point - it's still too pink; but I see a better one lower down the thread.

Now as to the ornithology, I'm assuming it's got a shy youngster aboard. They do have ridiculously long legs, don't they?

Oh yes, it's nicely sharp considering!


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