Well, after several days of work on my new function Rewind|Forward, I post these two small simple pictures that I was able to post-process very fast. I spent too much time on the back-end of the blog lately, so I wanted to be quick, I hope you will forgive me;-)
One of the photos taken for my friend Christoph Vogelbusch. Natural lighting for the main part, plus a flash triggering (@ -1 EV). Ok, I admit it, with such a , you're not standing close to the subject, but… what a pleasure! About adjustments, I stuck with something natural, first because of the needs, also […]
Also named “seagull” and very common in Australia. I know… it's not a crocodile (but yes it also attack!). For crocos., don't worry, pictures will be posted right there on my gallery!
The male The female This Australian King Parrots couple (endemic species) was completely free but, because we were standing under the canopy to the Blue Mountains (), the parrots eyes were reflecting the structure. I then decided to remove those “urban” reflexions by re-drawing an eye part. Now, this birds doesn't feel locked in, even […]
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”.
That's it, I'm now back home after five weeks in Australia and more than 2000 shoots. As those ones are 80% already sortes, I would better tell you I should have enough pictures to post for a while! I hope I'll be able to post the first pictures next weeks, my schedule is quite filled! […]
1:1 Ratio 2:1 Ratio This is an hairy squirrel you can only see on Himalayan Irish beaches. It's easily tamable, you can even ride it when it's adult (ok, here it's a baby). It used to be mixed up with a spider, however, who already ride a spider? Another earmark for adjacent identification which don't […]
Is it the right name? Hypomecis roboraria - Great Oak Beauty Any help for identification will be much appreciated. Just a little back to the macro (after the Axalp) to share with you this “picture of the week-end”
Background color was a saturated red on original. Too much disturbing for me.
This photo have been taken in a falconry. I removed the antenna on the bird.