Camerapapi's commentary is right on. It's getting so that one can hardly believe what is seen and heard, let alone the exaggerations and out of context quips that are printed nowadays. Oh for a grain of salt!
Great shot; well composed with good exposure, focus and bokah. Capturing a bird, then it must have been hand-held!
Besides a lovely pose, it is masterful lighting alright, so I'd like to know what equipment and settings you used.
Hey, terrific shots under less than ideal lighting, so for or benefit, can you tell us what equipment and settings you used. I sure would like to know the year and make of those beauties! Thanks much for the show!
Complements on a high resolution image, but so I can benefit from your knowledge, tell me the particulars, like camera, lens setting, aperture, shutter and ISO. Thanks, G. K.
Well done Rnorth, commendable, what equipment and settings did you use?
What a pose and exposure, superb!
Great shots, Bill, the right composition, exposure and especially the shallow DoF!
What did you have for breakfast?
I've been using the Stroboframe bracket on my Canon Rebel and 60D cameras for many years and have been totally satisfied; it is light, sturdy, versatile - horizontal and vertical -, and easily assembled. Furthermore it is inexpensive!
USS Earl V Johnson, DE702 - WWII, 1943,44&45
Thanks; that second one's excellent composition, exposure and DOF.
Terrific composition with emphasis on perspective and great depth of field. Well done!
jcate, FYI, I have a Tamron 10 to 24mm lens - f/3.5- 4.5 Di II VC HLD - which has produced very satisfactory results on my Canon 60D and T5i cameras.
Exceptionally well done. How many shots did it take?