17 Stunning Examples Of Drone Photography
Drone photography is becoming more and more of a common thing, and we're certainly not complaining about that. Some of the shots drone photographer Gabriel
Angus, an American Kestrel at Blue Mountain Wildlife rescue
From their web site (bluemountainwildlife.org/index.cfm): "Blue Mountain Wildlife is a volunteer nonprofit organization. Our purpose is to aid orphaned, sick or injured wildlife, primarily birds of prey, providing the treatment and care necessary to return them to their natural habitat."
A swan at Auburn Botanical Gardens, yes I know this has been done before, so here is another version. Not as clear as i would have liked it but the swan would not float in the spot that i wanted it to
ヒナを乗せて泳ぐ白鳥、その格納性の高さｗｗｗ | ガールズちゃんねる - Girls Channel -
めちゃくちゃ暖かそう…！！(*´Д`) ヒナを乗せて泳ぐ白鳥、その格納性の高さｗｗｗｗｗｗｗ:ハムスター速報ハクチョウって雛を乗せて泳ぐのか かわいいなぁ 「ハクチョウが雛を乗せて泳ぐのかわいい」というツイートがバズってたので調べてみたら...
The wonderful colors of this bird - American Kestrel by Bob Jensen - sing a quiet song that would make a perfect scarf for a man or a tailored scarf, shawl, jacket or hat for a woman. I love this bird!
I shot this handheld, braced against a wiggly rope bridge. I must have taken at least 25 shots to get one free of blur, and with the parrots in a good pose. The exif shows just how close to the D1x's limits I was with this one. I've noticed that mirror slap becomes a problem at speeds around 1/60th of a second when using the 80-200 f2.8. Setting anti-mirror-shock mode on helps eliminate that, but there's a significant blackout time between mirror up and the shutter firing. There's a fair bit…