Lake Femunden, Norway
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Why ruin a perfectly good hobby?
The advantage of being an amature photographer is that you work for a great client who pays you what you are worth. Also the taxes are a lot easier.
one in the shade - @1/400
Very nice. I love nuthatches, hilarious little birds.
A few hummers from today. 5DIII, 600 f4 II + 1.4X III, better beamer fill at -2, f8, ISO 1250.
Cool, I love when you can see their feet for some reason. Here's another Anna's.
One Anna's and two antagonistic Rufous Hummingbirds
One thing I do to tone down my HDR is to process the image 100% all out HDR. Then take the the middle exposure image and process it normally (conservatively). Then layer the 2 images in Photoshop, and se the top layer opacity to 50%. Now use the opacity of the top image as a slider for how much HDR you want. You could also use the erase tool to effect parts of the image, or add an adjustment layer.
Note your HDR image may be different in total pixel dimensions, as different RAW processors treat the edges differently. If that is the car, select both layers, auto align and trim the edges.
Vern, what a great collection you got there
Few shots from my front yard - no flash.