Spring Cuteness Series #1

© Steven Gunnerson

Spring Cuteness Series #1

Uploaded: May 02, 2006

Description

F/8 • 1/640 Second • ISO 200 • 300mm + 12mm Extension Tube • Canada Goslings • Seaside California • Open Edition Photograph

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Comments

Evy Johansen level-classic May 02, 2006

Wow... This is adorable, Steven! Wonderful cropped and beautiful light, color and details!! Love it! #437814

Su Sana E. P level-classic May 02, 2006

Lovely beyond words, Steven. I just feel like reach out and grab them. #2714682

Ray Clarke May 02, 2006

Wonderful Steven! Great lighting, crop and detail!!!(R) #2714739

Kirsten Kiki Kjaer level-classic May 02, 2006

Oh, they are too adorable for words. Beautiful light and colors too. What a fabulous image. #2714761

Daniel G. Flocke May 02, 2006

Steven - Very Cute!!!
Love the extreme low angle, it really sets the goslings apart from the background, and very sharp. Well Done!!

~Daniel #2714993

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic May 02, 2006

Cute capture Steven. They are so adorable. Love how their downy feathers sparkle. #2715067

May 02, 2006

wow! how do you do that? you got so close... I was trying to get some baby ducks yesterday and mama wouldn't let me anywhere near them. amazing! #2715398

Carla Metzler May 02, 2006

Beautiful lighting, color and capture, Steven! #2715913

Margot Petrowski May 02, 2006

Steven, wow this is amazing. I see that you use Canon ...what kind of lens did you use to take these incredible chick shots? #2716126

Steven Gunnerson May 02, 2006

Thank you everyone for your great comments!

Jennifer - Well it takes a lot of patience and I try to appear as non threatening as possible. I move very slowly and don't stare at either the parents or the goslings. Or maybe it's because I'm a vegatarian :o)

Margot - I use the newer Canon 70-300mm USM IS lens. I've read that it has "L" series quality glass! Also, I used a 12mm extension tube to give me more focal length. #2716361

Margot Petrowski May 02, 2006

Thanks Steven!!! Keep those incredible shots coming!!! #2716433

Melissa G. Meiselman May 02, 2006

This is a fantastic capture....so cute, sharp focus and great composition, Steven. Many thanks for your description of your process. I never thought about using my extension tube with my 70-300 lens. #2716455

Helen Green May 02, 2006

This photo is stunning, a winner for sure :-) #2717696

Jan M. Sarazen May 02, 2006

WOW! So cute, I love this photo-keep them comming #2718044

Robin R. May 02, 2006

Great capture. #2718293

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