I hope these two shots of swallows, from earlier on this year, will pass nicely as "portraits".
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For those mentioning problems with handing the camera over to someone else. If I hand over the camera to someone else it is either because I'm being robbed, or someone is buying it from me.
You've never been on vacation with the family or wife...
Well, it is a new feature to DPP so I suppose it makes sense that many may not be familiar with it. Here's Canon's site on it... http://web.canon.jp/imaging/dlo/index.html
Unfortunately, in the "using the Digital Lens Optimizer" tab it doesn't explain why/when/how much you should use. It's obviously a "to taste" type of thing, but I feel like I could use more info - and I just can't find it. There's DEFINITELY a point where sliding the slider too far to the right damages your pictures. So I want to know, are there pictures you shouldn't use it at all on? Etc.
--8<--Snipp!--8<--So whats with the ear tufts? Ours have them too now. Mating plumage?
Great shot of a red squirrel,
Nice to see some shots of squirrels where they are not being torn apart by some bird.
It was a bad month for squirrels on CR in March
Was the national anthem being played while you photographed him?
He has his hand to his heart!