Sometimes the KISS principle works best.
Congrats RR loved it.
Thanks sista Z!! I haven't done one in months. Felt good to do a Chop!
Thank you Merlin and thanks for the follow. I followed you back. :D
You must have good steady hands for that monstrosity but you did it. I find myself not breathing when I want sharpness on a bug or whatever....but the older I become the shakier I become....something for you to look forward to....ha ha ha ha...the challenge!
One good thing about me is yes, I do have rock solid hands.
HOLY GUACAMOLE...he is so sharp and the closer I look the more beautiful he becomes to my eyes, such detail, such a magnificent creature. Thank you. You equipment may be old but your technique and POV is dead on great.
That lens came out in 1998 but I got it in 2006 which is the same year my camera came out. It takes patience to get near iguanas. They are so skittish and you have to move just right or they run away. Once they get near the water they calm down some, but they also have their eye on you!! That's a good thing because you always get the face haha. And thanks for the compliments. I used that lens a lot in Hawaii to take surf photos at Pipeline. That photo was hand held which can be a challenge when shooting a lens that size. https://i.ibb.co/f8nD8Nf/0230c4f5bb5fb6669888675b6a352fd0-tn.jpg
Thank you for the pic Olga!! It's so funny because the day before this contest came out, I was taking photos of some wild iguanas. I have not done a PS contest in close to 6 months, since my dad died, but I had to do a Chop with your wonderful photo!! Here is one of the photos taken w/ a Canon Rebel XTI (8mp) with Canon 100-400 v1. Oooolllllllddddd equipment haha. https://i.imgur.com/C9SzL0f.jpg
Thank you Stroller!!
Thanks S.A.!! I felt it was a simple design. I thought about adding more stuff to it to spruce it up, but every time I imagined more stuff in there it took away from the dragon.