On my last trip up to Montana and Idaho I photographed a very cooperative adult Red-tailed Hawk in Beaverhead County, Montana who had a full crop and was perched on a fence post along the road.
I processed the image in the post I linked to above on my lap top while I was still in Montana. I don’t delete anything but the worst images while I am on camping trips because I don’t really trust the screen on my lap top as far as sharpness and detail go. Sometimes after processing an image to post while I am on a trip I send the processed image(s) to my phone and tablet by Bluetooth because they have higher resolutions and even though the screens are smaller I can see details and sharpness better. I can’t do that with all the images that I take on a trip because it would take too much time so I wait until I get home to go through them all.
Recently I finished going through the images from that last trip and deleted the bad ones plus I took a closer look at the ones I will keep and this photo made me laugh when I brought it up on my large monitor at home. At the time I created this image I didn’t realize that when I took this portrait of the adult Red-tailed Hawk that I also photographed an ant. Can you see it?
Life is good.