Two images of a moth (Psilogramma menephron), one is the result of a stack of multiple photos taken with different focus (focus stack).
The jury has just selected my F/A-18C Hornet photography.
From left to right then, the male and the female. I only get on try (3-4 pictures) with this one by chance successful. The ducks group took-off to join the other riverside, far away.
This dragonfly was shot using the Canon EF 100-400mm ƒ/4.5-5.6L IS USM handheld (on 7D, which explain the x1.6 crop ratio), while we were back from the Crystal Cascades, walking along Freshwater Creek.
I basically add more sky to this picture, if not, it should have been trashed.
Based on the raw picture, I definitely had to do something with it; something interesting on it prevent me to trash it. I then decided to adjust it using actual combat/action movie style.
The jury has selected my Grey-headed Flying-foxe photography taken in Australia. This bat belongs to "Megabat" family and regularly flies in the sunday, even if it sits more likely in the shade of foliage. With over 22.300 unique views, it changes from Flickr ^^.
I just figured out I didn't post any macro for quite some time; so I decided to go out this past tuesday and make some. Adjustments are relatively basics here, I tried to enhance colors from an initial much more dull picture, to get a result closer to “what I've seen”.