A Devil named American Red Squirrel !
- ana974 (4857)
- [2012-02-12 16:50]
ahahahahaha je vois que tu as changé les oiseaux en vol par les écureuils ( en vol)!!! Je vois aussi que les écureuils ne te décevoivent pas! C´est un saut tout à fait impressionant!Bravo!Merci de le partager avec nous!
PS:merci de ta visite à ma gallerie.C´est gentil!
What a super DIFFICULT shot. I would have a tough time taking this squirrel sitting on a "log"! Good job. Just framing this fast action is a trick! TFS
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2012-02-12 21:44]
Ciao Asbed, an other great capture of this lovely little devil in fantastic action, nice natural ambientation, excellent sharpness, fine details, splendid light and wonderful colors, very well done my friend, have a good week, ciao Silvio
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2012-02-12 22:06]
Interesting experiment Asbed! Beautiful photo with perfect timing, very good composition and fantastic colors.
- maurydv (36428)
- [2012-02-12 22:45]
another beautiful capture of the Red Squirrel "in-flight", marvellous natural colours, great timing in a exciting dynamic composition
Good day Asbed...wow..brave attempt...congratulations! That's something which few people will dared to experiment with! Reading about your interesting observation, I would like to tell you that in theory you are right. The sharpest apertures in most of the lenses are between f/5.6 and f/8 ...however...however...there is another aspect of the all story which has to be revealed. Did you know that the precision of your camera in terms of focusing will be effected from the F stop you are using?! Interesting isn't it! I've made some tests in discovered that when the aperture is fully opened the Auto focus accuracy becomes inconsistent ...so in my opinion the lack of sharpness in your image here is a result of inaccurate focusing ...well, the value of that inaccuracy may be minimal, but at f/2.8 it is enough to destroy the image almost completely, because the depth of field is extremely narrow ! So, Asbed...do not give up the wide aperture settings ...try again...if you are lucky next time the result can be really breathtaking at f/2.8 ...in my opinion!
- jcoowanitwong (13754)
- [2012-02-13 0:55]
You did well in this fast action scene. To get the action into a frame is difficult. Your picture is sharp enough to appreciate the action.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2012-02-13 8:05]
Although the sharpness is not top quality, I admire your timing. Beautiful colours and a great composition.
- aljy (593)
- [2012-02-13 9:48]
seems to be ur devil riding a motor bick
if u look deeply u can feel it.very nice
capture my friend.tfs
i agreed to george idea.
have a nice day.
- maaciejka (27117)
- [2012-02-13 9:57]
nice photo of this bird. Great photo. Nice colours.
Thanks for sharing,
- josediogo1958 (11747)
- [2012-02-13 13:17]
A smile to the devil.This one is the most impressive. Superb sharpness on the squirrel,frozen in the air..
Lovely natural colors and contrast.
Have a great week!
- jignasi (27917)
- [2012-02-13 14:38]
Como disfrutas con la ardilla Asbed jeje.
Un abrazo: J. Ignasi.
- lousat (65489)
- [2012-02-13 15:41]
Salut Asbed,une nouvelle beaute' depuis le cirque des squirrels..ehehe..excellente capture et tres beau details,tu t'amuse beaucoup avec eux et ta nouvelle camera eh? Belle journee' et merci,Luciano
- vanda (3673)
- [2012-02-14 7:07]
Ahahah!...what an impressive jump!
Great capture, my friend. Good blurred BG.
Nice lighting and beautiful natural coloure.
Interesting note about focusing and aperture.
- bouncer1979 (16)
- [2012-07-11 21:13]
this is a stunner
- samthilak007 (0)
- [2016-11-10 5:18]
It looks like an angel. Not a devil.