If you know in which house we live you can point it out. Shot from a distance of 15 km.
A client wants a large (1800 x 1200mm) canvas print of blue cranes against a background of flowering canola fields. The choice is his. These are the rough composites he can choose from. Once the decision is made I can refine (detailing, de-noising, etc.) the chosen image. Which one would you choose?
The average wildlife photographer is always under guidance of a game ranger. I don’t like that. Sometimes one has to take a calculated risk. So I went to observe a lion somewhere in South Africa. It’s rare that I publish fully processed photos on the internet. This is one of my exceptions: My all time …
… is the sacred ibis.
Originals are shot for a brochure and magazine. I selected a few and did my own interpretation (including a composite).
All pictures shot freehand. ISO 1600, F ranging between 8 and 16; S 1/8 to 1/30. Canon EOS 7D MarkII with Canon 100-400mm IS USM zoom. Pictured are an owl, porcupine, nightjar, and 3 different steenbokkies (antelope specie).