Discussion in 'Picture of the Day' started by Scottwdw, Jan 25, 2013.
Any animal photos will work, Justin. ; Domestic, captive or wild.
Gator by mwjw, on Flickr
Mark- What software you using after the shot? ; SWEET pix.
Thanks, I use Photoshop CS6 I shoot RAW and process them with Adobe Camera RAW.
Do animatronic animals count too?
Wings on Ice by Scottwdw
Looks like it has been a while since anyone has posted here, but I've been playing around in some new apps with some old photos...
Looks like the rhino was too big to fit in your Instamatic.
Reptiles Reptiles Reptiles! Big and Small! Come all! Get yer reptiles here!
Letting the mirrorless rig do much of my summer wildlife shooting - all of the following with the A6000 & FE70-200mm F4 lens, and some of the local Florida reptile life:
Basilisk, aka Jesus Christ, lizard:
When you're trying to walk down the levee, and this is on the path ahead of you...you let it pass (though the Egyptian goose was quite brave walking right behind it and honking away):
When your dogs are barking, kick off the shoes and let the feet dangle free:
Basilisk lizard going through a shed of skin:
Baby gator (always have eyes on the back of the head when photographing these - as momma is never far away and is a touch protective:
When it's nearly 100 degrees and humid, almost EVERYTHING pants like a dog, even iguanas:
King of the hill, top of the heap, A-number one!:
Great stuff Justin! All we hae up here is squirrels, squirrels and then more squirrels!
I'd take squirrels... All we have at my place are Geese, Geese and more Geese.
Poop, poop, and more poop.
@zackiedawg AWESOME iguana shots.
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