Biopc, nice capture. i wonder how you made the colored bird on a B&W background?
I just used PS quick selection tool on the subject untill all area was selected. You may want to use a small pencil size on the borders of subject to get more accurated selection.
Finally inverted the selection and desaturated colors.
It took just 2-3 minutes.
on PS, i confess i was lazy to use this (despite i have it). may be in future? i wish i could get a similar software which is easier to learn than PS.
Fuji 6500fd with Hoya S. HMC UV filter.
I got to be patient to get some nice shots cause of cloudy weather and hand holded cam.
Well, i do need to learn still about photography but there are always nice tutorials on the web.
Not exactly an eagle, but if he poked you in the eye it would hurt.
Hahahaha, that's some funny shit, made me laugh. I think it's a lovely shot. The composition is great. As the viewer I can see the he's on a tree looking around. The only critique I can really give is the background, the washed out parts are a bit distracting.
I can never seen to get close enough to et shots like yours. Instead I have to settle with this:
Shutter Speed: 1/110 second
F Number: F/7.4
Focal Length: 71 mm
ISO Speed: 50
I need a dSLR so bad. More so, I want one so bad.
Brian C. Racine
Canon 40D | 24-70mm f/2.8L | 50mm f/1.4 USM | 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM | BG-E2 Grip | 580EX II
You really have a skill with light. It always sets the mood in your pics. Another winner.
This is my birdfeeder setup. It seems to make them all happy. The nuthatch likes to crawl around on it. The chickadees perch on the branch and the Blue Jays sit on top. The doves just peck away from the base. If only I could interest a cardinal.