You have one hell of a gallery John! It's up there amongst the very best wildlife and scenery shots I have ever seen. Very impressive.
JACKY BALDERAS said:
June 18th, 2013 (9:10pm) PDT
Hi John!Thank you so much for the visit on my photo I really appreciated it and I like to explain how I do the zoom with my Nikon coolpix L100.
What I do is be to get close as much as I can and than use the zoom with my camera and try to have the best shot.
Justin Russell said:
May 10th, 2013 (9:10am) PDT
You stick true to your genre and i respect how well you thrive in your category.
Ramona Chiasson said:
April 2nd, 2013 (7:01pm) PDT
you have great bird pic,s enjoyed your gallery
Jeff Kitts said:
March 5th, 2013 (6:47pm) PST
Awesome Gallery John !!!
Rob Dietz said:
February 18th, 2013 (9:08am) PST
Your gallery is wonderful John!
Jim Nall said:
September 27th, 2012 (4:14am) PDT
John, you asked about my Hummingbird photos, most of the time, I'm using a tripod. I select a zone that the bird is likely to fly into and settings on the camera accordingly. I prefocus the camera and use a shutter release cable that is over 15 feet in length. Hope this helps explain!
John Absher said:
July 24th, 2012 (7:12am) PDT
Thanks Tim. Where you been?
Tim Denny said:
July 20th, 2012 (11:50pm) PDT
Have not been on for a bit, you have been posting some great shots John
Papa John’s interest in photography began about eight years ago when a couple of my grandchildren started getting involved in soccer and basketball. Once I discovered the convenience of digital photography, I began experimenting with other subjects like birds, bees, flowers, and wildlife.
I was quickly “hooked” on photography. I found myself reading every photography book or magazine I could get my hands on and I never seemed to tire of filling up memory cards with hundreds of images a day.
Welcome to my photo gallery. I hope you like what you see and I welcome any comments about my work. I truly value constructive feedback or suggestions for improvements, either to particular images or to my technique in general.
Please feel free to either post comments through this web site or you can email Papa John directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.