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Look into my eyes! One of the beautiful owls present at The Oasis Park. Just an eagle having a snack! Taken at Oasis Wildlife Park in Fuerteventura. The philosophy that prevails in the park is animal welfare. The vast spaces aim to let the animals live in semi-freedom. They also work together with other institutions for the conservation of endangered species. .
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Eagle Scout - The First Eagle Photo I Made With Olympus
I had COMPLETELY forgotten about this. Back in 2013, when I was using Get Olympus cameras for just about everything BUT bird photography, I had taken an E-M5 with me to Alaska just to play around with it. One day, when this bald eagle landed on a stump right in front of me, I just decided “what the heck - I’ll use the Olympus” and made a portrait. I didn’t think much about it back then. I was teaching a workshop and put the card in my backpack and kept on with my routine.
I remember scanning the image when I imported it and thinking it was good quality. But given the fact that I have 500,000 eagle photos, sometimes one or two get through the cracks and I forget about them.
I found the folder from that shoot yesterday and there it was - BAM - this great eagle portrait made with a camera that is now seven years old. And more importantly, with a “consumer” grade lens.
I ran it through Luminar this morning, cropped it a bit and here you have it. I am amazed at the quality even from an old camera. I love finding surprise keepers on my hard drive.
P.S. When I made this shot I had no idea that someday I’d be in a position to rely exclusively on Olympus cameras. I think this image probably helped push me along in that direction.
P.S.S. One last thing; if I can do it, YOU can do it!