Very pleasing contributions, Craig!
A couple of shots of a Kestrel from yesterday, shame the sky was full of snow
Great Tit ignoring me
Goosander blowing it's nose
Female Goosander 13 Feb by Gary Cantwell, on Flickr
Cool catch but superb rendition, Gary!
Mallard at Rozelle pond Ayr... by robert shearer, on Flickr
Too high PoV for me Robert and I would create an
adjustment layer to recover the low lights on the
duck alone — but not the bill!!
I wouldn't know where to start
Can I do that with affinity?
In my workflow, I would do that on the RAW in C1
but I'm sure Affinity would do maybe good on jpg…
Mallard.... by robert shearer, on Flickr
Look out below!
I know I should have a faible for the Canada Geese
but I just can't resist the Northern Pintail!
Smartest duck on the water
Only a pigeon
GD5_3425A by bigbudgie, on Flickr
GD5_3424A by bigbudgie, on Flickr
Right, only a pigeon!
Some Wood Pigeon that is!
Very well caught there Graham.
I particularly like no2 it is a really nice clean shot.
P1100461 by electric.mike, on Flickr
Quite jealous for your capture
but not for your sensor, Mike!
Such is life a bigger sensor would mean a bigger camera and lens, too much for this old man,dont care how small the sensor gets so long as i can keep taking pictures.
Perfectly right in this, buddy…
but I was not referring to the size
rather to the smudges on it!
on my moni
You made me look closer, it could be when i updated Photoshop this morning it changed the opacity of the content aware brush and i hadnt noticed on my monitor ,i got photobombed on this one, do you mean the remains of the seagull.
Bad day for clear shadow free shots today.
P1100493 by electric.mike, on Flickr
Have no idea how many times i have taken this shot, i just cant resist.
P1100549 by electric.mike, on Flickr
Among others (at the bottom left)…
Thanks but its not showing on my monitor,will do some adjustments to the raw file and see if i can find them.
Sigma 150-600 c plus Nikon 14tcEii = 840mm (modified to fit) good light and I'm pleasantly impressed with performance
couple from today - first one in the twiggiest tree in town! Heron with a tufty feather!
Thank you Daniel
A bit noisy due to high ISO
Treecreeper 15 Feb.jpg by Gary Cantwell, on Flickr
Neither can I…
these Greylag have a most beautiful plumage of
graduated shades of grey and brown, irresistible!
Work took me to Kent yesterday so could not resist a trip out in between meetings to catch up with an old friend
Marsh Harrier by Martin Billard, on Flickr
Looked out the bedroom window this morning to see this chap sat on the wall
Sigma C & Nikon 14tc, 50% crop of original
P1100608 by electric.mike, on Flickr
P1100606 by electric.mike, on Flickr
P1100628 by electric.mike, on Flickr
DSC_9759 by Thomas Reid, on Flickr
from today - young siskin I think (correct if wrong please )
from below him
Found this oddball at WWT Barnes today...
Moorhen with no red faceguard, and a yellow beak....
Barnes 16th Feb '18 by Steve Jelly, on Flickr
A few from yesterday at Attenborough, first time out for birds for a while
cormorant #2 by Michael Johnson, on Flickr
Goldeneye #2 by Michael Johnson, on Flickr
greylag geese by Michael Johnson, on Flickr
mute swan #2 by Michael Johnson, on Flickr
mute swan #4 by Michael Johnson, on Flickr
water rail by Michael Johnson, on Flickr
One more from today
P1100612 by electric.mike, on Flickr
Kent trip again
Marsh Harrier (M) by Martin Billard, on Flickr
Not common but regular.