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Share your wildlife photography!

lindam
Administrator
Administrator

Have you snapped an incredible photo of wildlife? Post a favorite photo you've taken and share the story behind the image. Be sure to include the Canon gear you used!

 

About this photo: 

Camera: Canon PowerShot G3 X

Exposure Time: 1/125

ISO: 400

F-stop: 6.3                          

 

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WOW!

 

Those are fabulous shots.  Those cats are so beautiful, and the eye in that elephant just draws you into its soul.  SO tell more, where is your website and tips we can look at?  You got me hooked.  Great job.  Makes me excited to get good w. new long lens.  Having some trouble dialing it in so would love to see your website and tips.  Thx, liz

ballottasphotog
Enthusiast

An eastern blue bird sits high in tree, enjoying the late afternoon sun. The raw file was processed in Digital Photo Professional. The colour fringing was controlled with hue/saturation/lightness layer. The colours were enhanced with a vibrancy layer.  

Camera: Canon Rebel T5

Lens: EF-75-300mm f:4-5.6 III

AV: f: 7.0

TV: 1/1600"

ISO: 800

IMG_3206_Eastern Blue Bird.jpg

ballottasphotog
Enthusiast

A male cardinal perches in a tree. The image was processed in Digital Photo Professional. The white balance was changed to the cloudy preset. PaintShop Pro was used to edit the image. The chromatic aberration removal tool was used to control the fringing. A hue/saturation/lightness layer was used to help control the purple fringing.

Camera: Canon Rebel XSi

Lens: EF 75-300mm f:4-5.6 III

AV: f9

TV: 1/320"

ISO: 400

IMG_9343_Cardinal.jpg

ballottasphotog
Enthusiast

A house sparrow perches in a bush, while chirping its songs. The raw file was processed in AfterShot Pro 2. The image was edited in PaintShop Pro. A cuves layer, with an overlay blending mode and an opacity of48% wa used to adjust the tonal range. The chromatic aberration removal tool was used to control the colour fringing.

Camera: Canon Rebel XSi

Lens: EF 75-300 f:4-5.6 III

AV: f:9

TV: 1/1600"

ISO: 800IMG_9380_v1_House Sparrow.jpg

farzann
Contributor

Shot on Canon Rebel T6 with a 18-55 kit lens 🙂

 

 

Yala Safari Monkey

Canon 70d

Tamron 150-600mm 

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House Finch

600mm

f11

canon 70d

tamron 150-600mm  Golden eagle

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same settings asn lens as before

all handheld @ 1/1250 sec

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"same settings asn lens as before

all handheld @ 1/1250 sec"

 

You need to work on your focus. Same lens.

 

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EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and less lenses then before!

lglass12189
Contributor

Kachemak Bay Alaska

1DMK II 70-200 f/2.8 MK II

 

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1DX MK II, 5D MK IV, 5D SR, assorted lens from 11-24 thru 200-400
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