A collection of some of my favorite sun, plant, bird and animal photos.
Ok, quick quiz with no references where was this picture shot at?
Very nice composition, and could never get animals to
pose for shots. Great animal shots are half luck as much as
talent. They all take time and patience. Many photographers will
shot rolls to get the one shot that's worth keeping.
I had a problem getting photos to come out right
in Yosemite, cameras would focus on the cliffs and wash
out the skies. I ended up going through six rolls of film to get
the one right setting for glistening cliffs and blue skies.
The castle moat at Disneyland!
Another example of paying attention to crop a photo so
it appears as though it's in a natural setting.
Depth of field can almost delete unwanted features (chain link fencing).
Interesting subjects can be both large and small. get in close for details...
...or even captive.
This one is also shot through a chaink link cage, depth of field
Natural poses work well.
marmoset, one of my favorite animals.
Shot on a tour of the Queen Mary, he hovered there for about five minutes.
Always be ready for shooting.
These plants are very rare and a short life cycle.
My favorite ducks.
Thought I had more animals than birds, but turned out the other way around for this