- Wolfpower (1075)
- [2009-02-05 18:08]
A lovely capture of this Red Hartebeest with young.
The composition is terrific.
I like the low POV,almost like the view of a predator.
The colours are natural and well saturated.
There is a nice DOF .
- danar (273)
- [2009-02-05 18:34]
Wonderful capture !!! Good sharpness. Nice colours.
- rcrick (68)
- [2009-02-05 19:18]
Excellent composition and POV in this image. Pin sharp with great detail. Really nice work mate all the best,
Cheers Rick :)
- crs (3551)
- [2009-02-05 20:12]
You have used very well the DOF. Animals are well separated from for and background. Image has a high quality showing sharply both animals. The well rendered colors make the photo look absolutely natural.
Thank you for sharing,
- fragman (43778)
- [2009-02-05 21:19]
great capture, tfs Ori
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2009-02-05 21:26]
What a lovely capture of these beautiful Red Hartebeests. The baby one so cute and accompany its parent:)
TFS and cheers MF!
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2009-02-05 22:25]
lovely capture of the Red Hartebeest with the yong one, i liked the natural colours and the composition, the lower pov is excellent,
tfs & regards
- Mana (18598)
- [2009-02-05 22:31]
Outstanding shot of the mother and child with immaculate sharpness. Superb lighting and the natural habitat looks wonderful. Excellent POV, DOF and composition.
- vral (1049)
- [2009-02-05 22:51]
Wonderful image of this Red Hartebeest with habitat. It is so real and upclose. Striking details and faded BG are dramatic.
Thanks for sharing
- robindb (1420)
- [2009-02-05 23:21]
Great to have mom and child in the image with both very sharp and detailed. It looks like the Etosha white mud on the face It is strange the way they rub their foreheaads in the mud or sand.
- valy67 (9219)
- [2009-02-05 23:30]
Hello Annick !
What a great picture ! I love this Hartebeest, it's not something we can see every day on TN, and they are very beautiful antilopes. The shape of their horns looks a bit strange, but I like it. Sharpness and details are excellent, beautiful composition, nice natural colors, great POV. It's a fantastic picture of mother and baby. Very well done !
- pekkavalo1 (6789)
- [2009-02-05 23:56]
Excellent picture of this interesting Red Hartebeest with young one; great POV and composition, sharp fine details, good lighting and colours.
- eliz (1537)
- [2009-02-06 0:02]
a very beautiful capture of the mother and calf. this is kind of a unique image. I didn't remember to see this species and such a special pose.
What extraordinary must be to have opportunity to see views like this live (not only in pictures)
- Macroleo (886)
- [2009-02-06 1:07]
very beautiful picture with Red Hartebeests! I like composition, details, colours and BG.
Best regards, Leonid
- Royaldevon (4229)
- [2009-02-06 1:56]
A fine capture of this lovely mother and calf.
They are sharply focussed and therefore, the details are clear.
Well composed and using a good dof.I like how the infocus bush makes the link between the f/g and b/g.
- yquem46 (790)
- [2009-02-06 2:50]
Quite a nice prey for a lion !!
Nice DOF perfect isolation of the animals from fore and back ground
Excellent shot of these Hartebeest,(gnot a gnu) lookng pretty relaxed on the savannah.
A very prickly looking tre in the background (no doubt evolved to protect itself against grazing hHartebeest,amongst other things.
It looks rather like a plant I had growing in Pirongia called Xanthoxylum, or Xanthozylum.
Is it the same,or is this some kind of Acacia?
Very interesrting anyway.
Cheers & TFS
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2009-02-06 4:38]
A nice capture of this beautiful Red Hartebeest and her young one. Excellent sharp details with a lovely composition. Thanks a lot for sharing.
- nagraj (15166)
- [2009-02-06 5:45]
very good image of this beest with young one, you could have given more space on top than bottom to make it better. some more habitat will make this image more environmental image. tfs.
- pvs (14464)
- [2009-02-06 6:06]
A very nice composition of this hartebeest and its calf,tfs and have a nice weekend
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2009-02-06 6:20]
I live in sunny region and when sun is absent all around is sad. However, your shots despite the absence of sunlight are looked greatly. At this one colours are rich and wonderful and of course pictured scene is fine and touching. Details of the cute animals as well as blurriness of the BG and piece of the FG are refined. My kind regards and compliments.
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2009-02-06 8:27]
very beautiful photography of this African animal with his baby,
fine POV and framing, excellent sharpness and details,
i love this kind of photographys where with the parent
we also see the babys (birds/animals), it is a photography
with full of tenderness, c'est une photographie avec plein de tendresse,
- euroblinkie (64211)
- [2009-02-06 8:30]
prachtige foto met een leuke compositie
goed van scherpte en een mooie zachte kleur
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2009-02-06 8:40]
Mooie plaat van deze Hartebeesten in een dromerig sfeertje. Lekker om zo aan het weekend te beginnen.
Technisch weer uitstekend in alle opzichten.
- Tamrock (1928)
- [2009-02-07 3:32]
beautiful pic with the little one behind!
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-02-08 2:31]
this is really outstanding.Clarity and the poses are pleasant. The soft blurry background really throw the beuaty into your shot. I like the details very much even the mark on the face is noticeable .
Hallo Annik, let me use that opportunity to congratulate you for this wonderful shot and ask you how often you are using the maximum aperture f/2.8 of this lens? Have you got any experience with the cheaper f/5.6 version of the same focal length?
Thanks for sharing and have a great week!