Your Photography Thread


#21

I SEE YOU!

Always watching! by swoffa, on Flickr


#22

Something went wrong here. I’m seeing squashed up kid cricketers instead of an owl… Nice owl though :slight_smile:

[edit] OOOO that was weird. all OK now, I am seeing it as its supposed to be.


#23

A little photo of my girls from today


#24

Did you zoom in/crop the photo? Or did you get up really close? Staring so intently I’d be backing off facing him in case he launched at me while I was walking away!


#25

Love it :slight_smile: I never manage to find owls around here, though I know they are about. What kind is that?

Here’s a couple from me, morning at the water tray that I keep filled for the local feathery things.

Noisy Miners
Bath time by Sue Wotton, on Flickr

Red Wattlebird
Red Wattlebird by Sue Wotton, on Flickr


#26

@mijs @kyte I think this is a Barking Owl, but don’t quote me.

Pretty heavy crop from the 24-70. She/he had a friend very close and they were sharing a possum for dinner. Although watching us intently they didn’t appear to be ruffled by our presents. We hung for a few minutes then left them alone. When I first noticed them, one was only 3-4 meters directly above me.


#27

Met this young lady wearing what I assumed was a costume, but turned out to be her normal dress fashion.

5D3_8238.jpg by swoffa, on Flickr


#28

Interesting, if a bit weird. The clothing. Not the shot. LOL


#29

@swoffa I think your owl might be a Powerful Owl. They are on the endangered or vulnerable list depending on where you are.

REad here: http://www.birdlife.org.au/bird-profile/powerful-owl


#30

Yes I think you’re correct Sue, thanks. Another site I looked at didn’t have as clear pictures.

She called it Lolita fashion.


#31

Testing out the E-M1 from Wilson’s Outlook. Sadly, I neglected to charge my battery before having an afternoon nap so didn’t get the chance for test shots in daylight.

Anyone from Brisbane want to do a photowalk sometime?


#32

Nice one, Angus. If I was in Brisbane, I would come. But, I’m not. I must confess I have had a bit of a hankering for the E-M1. But, also for the Sony RX1, the fuji XT1, etc etc etc. Too many wonderful cameras, too few funds. LOL.


#33

I’m in Victoria otherwise I’d come along. I enjoy using my EM-1 a lot although I don’t get as much time for photography as I’d like, I’m sure you’ll get a lot of enjoyment out of yours.

Have you had a look at the Micro 4/3rd users forum yet? There are a fair number of regular Australian users.

MU 4/3 forum


#34

Thats one of Amin Sabet’s many forums. I usually hang out in the Photo Lounge and FujiXspot.


#35

I haven’t but good to know.


#36

Had my youngest daughter’s Childcare Christmas Party. First time I’ve seen her really mesmerised by Santa. Not sure who the other serious child was staring at the camera.


#37

You really do take vibrant photos MM


#38

Thanks Angus. It’s mostly thanks to the glass


#39

Here’s a few more from my Phantom!

This is Montville and Maleny on the Sunshine Coast :slight_smile:


#40

A few from my honeymoon in the states earlier in the year.


Pier Fishing by Oliver Andrews, on Flickr


Yosemite by Oliver Andrews, on Flickr

City View by Oliver
Andrews
, on Flickr