Discussion in 'Animals and Wildlife' started by Rob MacKillop, Jan 23, 2014.
A 36 exposure one, apparantly.
Maybe even 2 or 3!
Now, now, let's not get carried away!
A great set love the processing.
Thanks, Nik. Just checked out your blog - some fine images there, and you do tuition as well. Good man.
I love the tones, so maybe thinking it's time to use my red filter on something.
They're all great, the first one is outstanding though, I love the sense of movement, and the birds being less blurry as they approach the centre really draws the eye in.
Cheers, Andrew. It's the first time I used a red filter, and have now glued it onto the lens!
I bought loads of filters when I got my Voitlander VitoB, orange red yellow, etc. But never got around to using them. My new Zeiss Ikon Nettar takes same 32mm hood/filter so I should really make an effort since I've got loads of B&W medium format!
Good. I love my Zeiss Nettar, but don't have any filters...yet.
They can be quite handy to protect your lenses I've heard!
As a latecomer I can only second what's already been said and ad'; Bloody good.
Be as late as you like, Ivar And many thanks.
Yeah - the first one is really special. Love the ariel viewpoint, the motion and the 3D impression of the birds and water in the center. Outstanding, Rob!
Thanks, Keith. I got lucky.
Better to be lucky than good ...
Rob, your having us all on.
You've been a photographer all your life and came here possessing no knowledge of this game, your a faux
Well, Dan, I did go down to the crossroads, and sold my should to the devil in return for a photographer's eye. I hope that photographer doesn't want it back...
I was wondering were my 'should' had gone!
I've been forced to use shall for the last couple of years, and living in the present tense has been trying I can tell you!
Doh! Bloody auto-correct!
Separate names with a comma.