Updated: Nov 17
Colour Prints - Gillian Temple
I would like to say I waited until I was in the right position for the light, and the Bee facing the camera before ensuring both the bee and the flower were in focus... but this was taken while I sat on the bank of the Loch waiting on the Osprey coming in, and enjoyed watching the bees busy at work.
I was using my Canon R5 with my 100 - 500 mm lens with the 2x extender. This shot was taken at 600mm.
In post production I used Lightroom for the initial exposure tweeks, then cropped in Photoshop.
Mono Prints - Dave Scott
I took several shots of this woman horse rider, she looked so comfortable with the horse and was clearly enjoying her moment, this sang out as a mono, the light and the detail I managed to achieve was so satisfying and it always great to see these images on a nice fine art medium.
Canon EOS SDS, Canon 70-200mm f2.4 lens.
Digital Image - David Scott
DON'T STEP ON MY HAT
You have to be quick taking these shots, as soon as they emerge from the gate you just keep shooting, some pay off some don't, I got this one nice and sharp, good expression on the riders face and his hat off laying in the dust so it gives us a bit of a story, the side light from the left gave the image a dramatic feel, one of my favourites.
Canon EOS5DS, Canon 70-200mm f2.4 lens.