Wing'n it

© Don Rawlyk

Wing'n it

Uploaded: May 01, 2003


flight of the mallard


Kathleen Clemons May 01, 2003

Wow! This is wonderful, Don! #33119

Evy Johansen level-classic May 26, 2019

Another Wow - this is stunning, Don! #90322

Jill Battaglia May 26, 2019

I agree...WOW!! :-) #90324

Murry Grigsby May 26, 2019

Let me get a fourth WOW added, Don. Great colors, composition and pan! Well done. #90361

Mette Vendelboe Allison level-classic May 26, 2019

Very nice - almost like a painting! #90387

Joy Brown May 26, 2019

Awesome catch, Don! #90536

Wolfgang Dolak May 26, 2019

I think it is great! would you please tell me, how much PS work (if) you did on this one?
birdie #90611

Don Rawlyk May 26, 2019

This was shot with a Nikon D100. The lens was Nikon 80-400 VR lens. The photoshop work I used was curves and the unsharp filter. I also may have used the selective color adjustment as well..I most always at least try to adjust the colors with that...also the saturation was adjusted. I cropped the left and bottom a bit as the bird was too centered for my liking. I thank you all for your nice comments. Don #90680

Connie L. Carpenter May 26, 2019

Fantastic work. #90783

Damian P. Gadal May 26, 2019

I agree this is a WOW shot! #90806

Ronald Balthazor May 26, 2019

Nicely done! #91789

May 26, 2019

Luckily no-one was standing towards your right. You really snapped an excellent picture don, congrats and thanks for sharing the moment. #102796

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