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Swan head shape
posted by fengshang520 - 9th of february, 2014
The swan image is great, I like to share to everyone.
Birds habitat and avian fauna of Madhya Pradesh, India
posted by shariqkhan - 7th of february, 2014
: Woolly-necked Stork in Dewas District Indian State of Madhya Pradesh has wide variety of habitats. It includes Mixed Forest, Dry Deciduous Forests, Mountain ranges of Vindhyachal, Satpura, River Valleys of Narmada and Chambal,... More...
Where does it lead to?
posted by helgidinson - 8th of october, 2013
A hypothetical question. 150,000+ contributors , 19 million+ images online, every day, competition is getting tougher and tougher each day . Creativity needs to take a notch up of each day that pass by. Just like this image... More...
Two new collections - Tall ships - Birds of Prey
posted by danielc1998 - 26th of june, 2013
Tall ships - full collection click here Tall Ships moored at the Liffey Danmark sailing off Dublin port Sailors in the riggings Fryderyk Chopin Pelican of London crew sailing off Dublin port Birds of prey - full... More...
Birds Collection over 100 images now :):):)
posted by pecak - 5th of april, 2013
Hello, my collection BIRDS have more than 100 photos now :). Last photos is collection of OWL. I will be very glad if you enjoy this collection and last set of owl birds. Have a nice weekend and ggod light More...
A simple trick for Hummingbird Photography
posted by physi28 - 26th of july, 2012
Those among us who have been trying to get decent pictures of Hummingbirds in flight, know about the difficulties involved: some species exhibit a rather (relatively) slow flight between their stops in the air, allowing you to focus... More...
Bird Photography: Approaching
posted by silasfirth - 25th of june, 2012
I know it's been a while since my last blog articles on bird photography. I've been really busy and haven't been able to spend as much time working with my photos as I'd like. I still manage to get out, though, and hopefully this information... More...
New images of Southern African wilidlife
posted by cooper5022 - 22nd of june, 2012
I have recently returned from an unbelievable trip into Southern Africa, bringing back many images of the wildlife encountered there. All my images have been approved and are now online. Please have a look if you have a moment.... More...
Some of my best wildlife shots
posted by sobek85 - 28th of april, 2012
Thought d make a blog of some of my best wildlife pictures, what do you think? More...
Back in The Saddle Again Or How To Take A Break
posted by livingstonatlarge - 27th of january, 2012
I took a break. Which in the grand plan I would not have advised anyone to do because I took a fairly long one and my goal of getting 1000 images up took a big hit. However, in the process of taking a break I learned, or at... More...
Woohoo! $1000 mark!
posted by cooper5022 - 23rd of january, 2012
Today marks the day I topped $1000. What makes it even more special is that it is with the same image as my first ever sale. It took a while to reach this milestone as I joined in September 2009 and sold 578 images, but it was... More...
Bird Photography: Framing
posted by silasfirth - 15th of december, 2011
So you’re all set up to go take photographs, you have your expensive lenses and a camera body; you’re hauling around a heavy tripod so that your images are blur-free. And yet, when you go home and look at your photos on the... More...
Bird Photography: Equipment
posted by silasfirth - 7th of december, 2011
A couple years ago, I decided I wanted to photograph birds. After playing with several different setups, I finally bit the bullet and purchased a Canon Rebel XS and an EF 100-400mm L IS USM lens. Since then, I have come to enjoy... More...
What's going on in this picture?
posted by peanutroaster - 16th of september, 2011
Maybe its just me and my perverse view of the world but what is really going on in this picture? The official title is "THE JOYFUL FREEDOM OF RETIREMENT" but what caught my eye was that bird over the man's head. Maybe I'm thinking... More...
6 pictures online
posted by kphotos6411 - 22nd of august, 2011
Hello: we have just begun work on Dreamstime. Six of our pictures have been accepted - mostly fruit and birds. Thirty-five more are waiting for review. This Macaw is one of my favorites.
The Robin Chronicles...
posted by taylorgracephotography - 20th of may, 2011
So I just blogged about being able to timeline the whole robin hatching thing. And here's my forehead slapping moment: I forgot my camera today. Today, of all days. I had planned on getting a macro shot of the babies with their mouths... More...
One, Two, Three Like a Bird I Sing.....
posted by taylorgracephotography - 19th of may, 2011
So for the past however long I've been monitoring the nest of a robin which contained first, 3 eggs. The next day there were 4 and on Mother's Day I got to watch the first one hatch. The other 3 were still pecking away inside their... More...
Wildlife Photography: Go where the action is!
posted by visceralimage - 15th of january, 2011
Wildlife photography is all about being in the right place at the right time. Without wildlife, it is no longer wildlife photography. But what is the concept of "right place and right time" Mostly, it is a matter of education and... More...
First assignment success
posted by deniskelly - 1st of september, 2010
I'm participating in my first assignment - Hidden Local Treasures - and am thrilled to have one of my submissions approved. This is part of The Wash, a large estuary in Norfolk on the East coast of England. These sheltered mudflats... More...
Birds and mammals
posted by cooper5022 - 26th of august, 2010
I have just returned from a short trip upcountry and have uploaded another 15 images and mammals of South Africa. I once again realised the importance of quality light. So get out there before sunrise and stay until susnset when you... More...
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