I agree that bottom one is to die for, incredible! Processing in LR?
Hi Carl, yes LR5, I tend to bring everything into LR and use that to manage files, make basic adjustments in LR, move to PS CC then I either use Layers in PS or now I often find myself in On One, I like that programme.
Small story on the Pissed Leopard Image, I was shooting across the front of my youngest Boy, so he was closest to the Animal shooting with a Nikon (I originally thought that was why the Animal was annoyed), immediately after this image the Leopard charged the vehicle, I dropped the Camera and grabbed my Lad, the Leopard actually rammed into the side of the vehicle, then went and laid back down growling at us.
We had come across this Lady immediately after she had been run off by a large group of Baboons & she had lost out on a Kill & taken a Baboon beating, I guess in hindsight we should have let her calm down a bit before further annoying her. But the strange behaviour was she wouldn't leave the area, so we decided to come back the following day.
The next day, same area we came across The Female as per the first Image, chomping down on one of her protagonists from the previous Day, Mr or Mrs Baboon.
Around 2 hours later she moved off to a large clump of fallen Logs, and the second Image showed us what the strange behaviour was about. The young Cub was probably just 5 or 6 weeks old & Baboons have a built in behaviour of killing Leopard Cubs.
Both these Images were in fact shot with the 1DMK IV & I think the 400f/2.8 V1 Lens.