I have been going through the 1200+ images I have retained from my Florida trip, adding keywords, deleting more, and processing several. In doing so, I have discovered some images I passed over on my initial editing and found several more that I really like.
I have already written a blog post on the techniques I use when making silhouette images (https://www.lewiskemper.com/blog/eye-sun) so I am not going to repeat myself here. I just wanted to share a few more silhouettes from my favorite sunrise location at Wakodahatchee Wetlands in Delray Beach, Florida. Let me know what you think.
Morning Lift Off 1/8000 sec; f/11; ISO 800; 329mm
Cormorants roosting 1/8000 sec; f/11; ISO 800; 213mm
Wood Stork preening 1/8000; sec; f/11; ISO 800; 500mm
Lone Wood Stork 1/4000; f/29; ISO 800; 300mm
Wood Stork and Cormorants 1/250 sec; f/13; ISO 125; 213mm
Great Blue Heron young pleading for food 1/1250 sec; f/13; ISO 400; 329mm