Day 122

It’s almost impossible to get good wildlife shots with a phone camera

July 26th, 2010



But this patient fellow just stayed perfectly still for me.


31 Comments

  1. Michael in Atlanta says:

    Great work, Matt!

  2. Donna in Texas says:

    Beqautiful work here. It looks almost real.

    • Craig (Yeah..in NC!) says:

      heheheh either that or one of the sharpest birds in the business is about to over shoot his mark!
      Good one Matt

  3. Don in Tennessee says:

    There you go hawking the animal wildlfe shots.

    That is an amazing photo with a camera phone.

    Marlin Perkins on the MUTUAL OF OMAHA’S Wild Kingdom would be proud of you.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=jnKazLqCMWk&feature=related

  4. Thomas says:

    You usually have to phone ahead so they can get ready. Glad you got a great shot.

  5. Candice In Alabama says:

    Looks like he might be going for you droid! Run Matt Run!!

  6. katzien in austin says:

    Ok, I was going to believe it was a real bird when I read Donna’s comment. Dang, I’m so gullible. ;-)

  7. Dennis in So Cal says:

    Awesome shot! One of the best yet. Congratulations on your patience paying off.

  8. Dan says:

    That is a gorgeous gate woodcarving!

  9. Chris says:

    Man, that’s an awesome shot! New desktop wallpaper!!!

    • Chris says:

      Man… you got me. I zoomed in and saw that it was fake. I should have first read all the posts! Very good one. Got me big time.

  10. Alice says:

    What a beautiful picture! You really are seeing the world….

  11. deanna valenti meyer says:

    I had to do a triple take on this one…yep…that is a gorgeous wood carving….looking so, so real. Great job Matt for pulling the wool over our eyes. :)

  12. Dionne says:

    you are heading into some gorgeous country now–polson and flathead lake are beautiful enjoy the bluegreen river water!!!! can’t wait to see which way you go through idaho!

  13. Karen Too says:

    Very funny, Matt. Good one.

    I wonder how many people come to visit for the first time, and think that is a real bird. Nice carving.

  14. Jeff says:

    ha ha ha. A+ to the wood carver….B- to mr. matt. We want real wildlife.

  15. eSoup says:

    Perched on a lofty oak, Sir Raven held a lunch of cheese; Sir Fox, who smelt it in the breeze, thus to the holder spoke:

    ‘How do you do, Sir Raven? Your coat, sir, is a bright one, so black and glossy; with voice to match, you were a bird, sir, a Phoenix fit to be.’

    Sir Raven, overset with praise, must show his musical approval. And down falls the luncheon from the oak.

    — To Be Continued

  16. Jeff says:

    No soup for you!

  17. deb says:

    You had me fooled!

    • Jeff says:

      deb….Your a pretty awesome photographer yourself. Love the colors and themes.

    • Stephen says:

      Deb – Love your Town & Country Gallery on your site and home page ‘ruin’ image. I feel that your landscape photography has the same texture and visual vibe as Matt’s talented efforts. I think that Matt is an inspiration to all of us who take the time to creatively examine life through a lens or even a Droid! Keep up your excellent work and continued success with your exhibitions.

  18. Robert says:

    I was about to congradulate on the awesome wildlife shot, but then I started to read what others wrote.

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