Whooo’s in that tree?

March 25, 2015 - photo frame

Photographer: Mark Wangerin, Seattle

Photo taken: March 11, nearby Lamoine, Douglas County

Photographer’s description: “Out for a day of birding easterly of a mountains, a 575-mile, 15-hour trip! The prominence … was a find of a span of long-eared owls in a mount of pine. Taken with Nikon D7100 with Sigma 150-500 lens.”

Katie’s critique: “This owl is so cute! (And that’s observant something entrance from me, who isn’t a fan of birds.) Great framing of a face and those far-reaching eyes by a tree branches. Also, good pursuit removing in parsimonious adequate so we can see how a owl camouflages with a tree. we competence mount in from a left and somewhat off a tip to purify it adult only slightly. Beautiful constraint of a pleasing bird.”

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Photographer: Mark Wangerin, Seattle.Photo taken: Mar 11, nearby Lamoine, Douglas County.Photographers description: Out for a day of birding easterly of a mountains, a 575-mile, 15-hour trip! The prominence  was a find of a span of long-eared owls in a mount of pine. Taken with Nikon D7100 with Sigma 150-500 lens.Katies critique: This owl is so cute! (And thats observant something entrance from me, who isnt a fan of birds.) Great framing of a face and those far-reaching eyes by a tree branches. Also, good pursuit removing in parsimonious adequate so we can see how a owl camouflages with a tree. we competence mount in from a left and somewhat off a tip to purify it adult only slightly. Beautiful constraint of a pleasing bird.
Photographer: Mark Wangerin, Seattle.

Photo taken: Mar 11, nearby Lamoine, Douglas County.

Photographer’s description: “Out for a day of birding easterly of a mountains, a 575-mile, 15-hour trip! The prominence … was a find of a span of long-eared owls in a mount of pine. Taken with Nikon D7100 with Sigma 150-500 lens.”

Katie’s critique: “This owl is so cute! (And that’s observant something entrance from me, who isn’t a fan of birds.) Great framing of a face and those far-reaching eyes by a tree branches. Also, good pursuit removing in parsimonious adequate so we can see how a owl camouflages with a tree. we competence mount in from a left and somewhat off a tip to purify it adult only slightly. Beautiful constraint of a pleasing bird.”

Photographer: Quinn Richard Lynam, age 9, Kirkland.Photo taken: Point Defiance Zoo, Tacoma.Photographers description: Going to a zoo is a favorite family outing. Capturing a mild Bengal tiger by a camera lens, and a pleasing fever day give light and life to a ideal picture.  Submitted by Barbara Brown Lynam, Quinns grandmother. Camera: Canon EOS Rebel T3 with Tamron 18-270mm lens.Katies critique: This is a good mural of a pleasing animal. Awesome pursuit removing in parsimonious to emanate a tie between a spectator and tiger; we unequivocally like a elongated crop, that highlights a heading lines that make a eyes a focal point. Quinn: Keep chasing pleasing light and creation pleasing photographs. Maybe in 15 years The Seattle Times will be advantageous adequate to sinecure you.
Photographer: Quinn Richard Lynam, age 9, Kirkland.

Photo taken: Point Defiance Zoo, Tacoma.

Photographer’s description: “Going to a zoo is a favorite family outing. Capturing a mild Bengal tiger by a camera lens, and a pleasing fever day give light and life to a ideal picture.” — Submitted by Barbara Brown Lynam, Quinn’s grandmother. Camera: Canon EOS Rebel T3 with Tamron 18-270mm lens.

Katie’s critique: “This is a good mural of a pleasing animal. Awesome pursuit removing in parsimonious to emanate a tie between a spectator and tiger; we unequivocally like a elongated crop, that highlights a heading lines that make a eyes a focal point. Quinn: Keep chasing pleasing light and creation pleasing photographs. Maybe in 15 years The Seattle Times will be advantageous adequate to sinecure you.”

Photographer: Andrew Kearns, Bothell.Photo taken: Feb. 17, Mount Pilchuck.Photographers description: Some friends and we saw a continue would be good for a weekend, so we went adult and stayed a night during a Mount Pilchuck heat surveillance to locate a sunrise. It was tight. Canon 60D, ISO 100, f5.6, 1/100 second.Katies critique: An positively pleasing shot. we adore a density a light produces on a bony peaks. Great pursuit centering a chairman in a support (nicely violation a order of thirds) and removing only adequate morning to furnish some soothing tone in a photo. we consider a lot of people trust they have to indicate their lens directly during a object during a morning or sunset, yet by directing a camera so a object is only during a dilemma of a support it creates some-more abyss and a some-more engaging photo.
Photographer: Andrew Kearns, Bothell.

Photo taken: Feb. 17, Mount Pilchuck.

Photographer’s description: “Some friends and we saw a continue would be good for a weekend, so we went adult and stayed a night during a Mount Pilchuck heat surveillance to locate a sunrise. It was tight. Canon 60D, ISO 100, f5.6, 1/100 second.”

Katie’s critique: “An positively pleasing shot. we adore a density a light produces on a bony peaks. Great pursuit centering a chairman in a support (nicely violation a order of thirds) and removing only adequate morning to furnish some soothing tone in a photo. we consider a lot of people trust they have to indicate their lens directly during a object during a morning or sunset, yet by directing a camera so a object is only during a dilemma of a support it creates some-more abyss and a some-more engaging photo.”

Photographer: Jim Zaikoski, Vancouver, Wash.Photo taken: Feb. 21, Sauvie Island, Ore.Photographers description: A vast group was on a belligerent a bit after morning and we took this print when a group all took off during once. Equipment: Nikon D810, Lens: 70-200 @ 92mm F8, 1/1000, 800 ISO.Katies critique: we adore a Wheres Waldo? feel of this photo, that immediately held my eye. we wish to get deeper into a print and demeanour during all those birds expressions (can birds have expressions?) and their feet and wings and see how they are all different. Great pursuit removing in parsimonious to discharge any distracting surroundings. Tip: we competence try going in a tiny tighter to get absolved of a brush in a credentials on a bottom left corner, or relocating reduce to a belligerent to fire aloft so a sky is a background. All-around illusory photo.
Photographer: Jim Zaikoski, Vancouver, Wash.

Photo taken: Feb. 21, Sauvie Island, Ore.

Photographer’s description: “A vast group was on a belligerent a bit after morning and we took this print when a group all took off during once. Equipment: Nikon D810, Lens: 70-200 @ 92mm F8, 1/1000, 800 ISO.”

Katie’s critique: “I adore a ‘Where’s Waldo?’ feel of this photo, that immediately held my eye. we wish to get deeper into a print and demeanour during all those birds’ expressions (can birds have expressions?) and their feet and wings and see how they are all different. Great pursuit removing in parsimonious to discharge any distracting surroundings. Tip: we competence try going in a tiny tighter to get absolved of a brush in a credentials on a bottom left corner, or relocating reduce to a belligerent to fire aloft so a sky is a background. All-around illusory photo.”

Photographer: Yoshiki Nakamura, Seattle.Photo taken: Feb. 14, Golden Gardens Beach Park, Seattle.Photographers description: The woods in Golden Gardens Beach Park provides a smashing print opportunity, generally in winter when leaves are depressed and branches are in silhouette. The reflected object combined layers of several tone and liughtness to a scene. we adore this place and environment for photography.Expert says: Ive seen this shot in Golden Gardens a integrate times and a always one of my favorites. we adore a approach a unclothed branches emanate silhouetted lines opposite a colorful sunset. The combined reward to this support is a vessel in a water, formulating some-more layers and depth. we adore a golden tone that gives this plcae a name. Beautiful job. -Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Yoshiki Nakamura, Seattle.
Photo taken: Feb. 14, Golden Gardens Beach Park, Seattle.
Photographer’s description: “The woods in Golden Gardens Beach Park provides a smashing print opportunity, generally in winter when leaves are depressed and branches are in silhouette. The reflected object combined layers of several tone and liughtness to a scene. we adore this place and environment for photography.”
Expert says: “I’ve seen this shot in Golden Gardens a integrate times and it’s always one of my favorites. we adore a approach a unclothed branches emanate silhouetted lines opposite a colorful sunset. The combined reward to this support is a vessel in a water, formulating some-more layers and depth. we adore a golden tone that gives this plcae it’s name. Beautiful job.” -Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Laveda Loose, Juneau, Alaska.Photo taken: Jan. 4, outward Juneau.Photographers description: Nikon D810 was used for this picture of a northern lights over a twin peaks above Mendenhall Glacier, with Mendenhall River in a foreground.Expert says: The northern lights is one of those wonders that blows my mind and is unequivocally on my bucket list to photograph. In this frame, a photographer unequivocally easily captures this consternation and a beauty of Alaska. The delayed shiver (13 seconds) captures a transformation within this photograph: from a delayed stream in a forehead to a heat of a home nestled in a trees and afterwards a sleet floating off a pleasing peaks (and of march a northern lights). Lovely photo. -Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Laveda Loose, Juneau, Alaska.
Photo taken: Jan. 4, outward Juneau.
Photographer’s description: “Nikon D810 was used for this picture of a northern lights over a twin peaks above Mendenhall Glacier, with Mendenhall River in a foreground.”
Expert says: “The northern lights is one of those wonders that blows my mind and is unequivocally on my bucket list to photograph. In this frame, a photographer unequivocally easily captures this consternation and a beauty of Alaska. The delayed shiver (13 seconds) captures a transformation within this photograph: from a delayed stream in a forehead to a heat of a home nestled in a trees and afterwards a sleet floating off a pleasing peaks (and of march a northern lights). Lovely photo.” -Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Radka Chapin, Redmond.Photo taken: Jan. 31, Hidden Lake Peaks, North Cascades.Photographers description: Its been a low-snow year so we set out to hunt for skiable sleet in a North Cascades. Even yet a skiing was challenging, a views done adult for it. We watched this onion-shaped cloud form above Mount Baker in a distance, as we skied down from Hidden Lake Peaks. Shot with a Nikon D600, 16-35 mm lens.Expert says: Kudos to a photographer for removing out there in a right place during a right time, that can infrequently make a good photo. The onion-shaped cloud with swirls indicating directly during Mount Baker, make this print mount out. we adore a choice of a wide-angle lens to get a surrounding peaks and a tiny skier in a frame. Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Radka Chapin, Redmond.
Photo taken: Jan. 31, Hidden Lake Peaks, North Cascades.
Photographer’s description: “It’s been a low-snow year so we set out to hunt for skiable sleet in a North Cascades. Even yet a skiing was challenging, a views done adult for it. We watched this onion-shaped cloud form above Mount Baker in a distance, as we skied down from Hidden Lake Peaks. Shot with a Nikon D600, 16-35 mm lens.”
Expert says: “Kudos to a photographer for removing out there in a right place during a right time, that can infrequently make a good photo. The “onion-shaped cloud” with swirls indicating directly during Mount Baker, make this print mount out. we adore a choice of a wide-angle lens to get a surrounding peaks and a tiny skier in a frame.”
— Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Stanton Prescott, Seattle.Photo taken: Jan. 7, Kerry Park, Seattle.Photographers description: Sun violation by a haze during sunrise. 1/4000 sec, f/4.5, ISO: 100.Expert says: Moody is a initial word that comes to mind after glimpsing this photo. That moodiness combined by a object perplexing to get by a haze is golden. we adore how a dim tools on a tip and bottom of a support are even, and how they are connected with a Space Needle. The angles of a buildings supplement to this blockiness that accentuates a industrial feel of this image. Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Stanton Prescott, Seattle.
Photo taken: Jan. 7, Kerry Park, Seattle.
Photographer’s description: “Sun violation by a haze during sunrise. 1/4000 sec, f/4.5, ISO: 100.”
Expert says: “Moody is a initial word that comes to mind after glimpsing this photo. That moodiness combined by a object perplexing to get by a haze is golden. we adore how a dim tools on a tip and bottom of a support are even, and how they are connected with a Space Needle. The angles of a buildings supplement to this blockiness that accentuates a industrial feel of this image.”
— Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Patrick Sloan, Renton.Photo taken: Jan. 14, Seahurst Park, Burien.Photographers description: After work we motionless to conduct to Seahurst Park and see if we could constraint a good sunset. Along a beach, we speckled this sole fisherman and suspicion what a good theme for a photo. we am an pledge photographer, have been holding photos for about dual years. Using a Sony RX100M3 camera.Expert says: This print is about a layers and is only beautiful. we adore a conformation of a fisherman opposite a yellow, blue and white sky. Having those logs hang out in a core of a support creates for a singular photo; they supplement to a layers and anchor a frame. we cant consider of a approach to make this print  better. Gorgeous find.  Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Patrick Sloan, Renton.
Photo taken: Jan. 14, Seahurst Park, Burien.
Photographer’s description: “After work we motionless to conduct to Seahurst Park and see if we could constraint a good sunset. Along a beach, we speckled this sole fisherman and suspicion what a good theme for a photo. we am an pledge photographer, have been holding photos for about dual years. Using a Sony RX100M3 camera.”
Expert says: “This print is about a layers and is only beautiful. we adore a conformation of a fisherman opposite a yellow, blue and white sky. Having those logs hang out in a core of a support creates for a singular photo; they supplement to a layers and anchor a frame. we can’t consider of a approach to make this print better. Gorgeous find.”
— Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Kym Ahrens, Seattle.Photo taken: Jan. 6, Lake Burien.Photographers description: My workplace recently changed to Burien. we have gotten into a robe of holding my camera everywhere. One afternoon we was dumbfounded by a beautiful, cloudy nightfall opposite Lake Burien. we ran outward to get a shot, this was a best of a bunch. Sony NEX C3@35mm, 1/250, f/3.2, 800.Expert says: we was immediately drawn to this photo. The pastel colors are pleasing opposite a dim reeds. The haze softens a dim trees in a credentials and separates them from a fibre and their reflection, creation a fibre distinguished and defined. What we unequivocally suffer is a framing and balance that creates this an art piece. we adore how a fibre and their thoughtfulness go out of a support on a left side and a crux of a credentials is during a tip half of a frame, requesting a order of thirds in mixed ways. we would hang this picture in my home. Gorgeous! Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Kym Ahrens, Seattle.
Photo taken: Jan. 6, Lake Burien.
Photographer’s description: “My workplace recently changed to Burien. we have gotten into a robe of holding my camera everywhere. One afternoon we was dumbfounded by a beautiful, cloudy nightfall opposite Lake Burien. we ran outward to get a shot, this was a best of a bunch. Sony NEX C3@35mm, 1/250, f/3.2, 800.”
Expert says: “I was immediately drawn to this photo. The pastel colors are pleasing opposite a dim reeds. The haze softens a dim trees in a credentials and separates them from a fibre and their reflection, creation a fibre distinguished and defined. What we unequivocally suffer is a framing and balance that creates this an art piece. we adore how a fibre and their thoughtfulness go out of a support on a left side and a crux of a credentials is during a tip half of a frame, requesting a order of thirds in mixed ways. we would hang this picture in my home. Gorgeous!”
— Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Laurel Hair, Kirkland.Photo taken:  Jan. 1, off Hwy. 20, Rockport, Skagit County.Photographers description: My fianc and we spent New Years Day eagle watching. This eagle stayed sensitively examination us, permitting me a best shots of a day as we played with my new Christmas camera.Expert says: we adore a restraint captured. we also unequivocally suffer all a layers: We get a clarity of place with all a branches yet a still purify since of a shoal abyss of field. The limbs framing a eagle supplement to those good layers. Great job! Katie G. Cotterill Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Laurel Hair, Kirkland.
Photo taken: Jan. 1, off Hwy. 20, Rockport, Skagit County.
Photographer’s description: “My fiancé and we spent New Year’s Day eagle watching. This eagle stayed sensitively examination us, permitting me a best shots of a day as we played with my new Christmas camera.”
Expert says: “I adore a restraint captured. we also unequivocally suffer all a layers: We get a clarity of place with all a branches yet it’s still purify since of a shoal abyss of field. The limbs framing a eagle supplement to those good layers. Great job!”
— Katie G. Cotterill Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Shun Takano, Renton.Photo taken: Dec. 30, 2014, Renton.Photographers description: Went to Gene Coulon Memorial Park with a rented lens to take photos of birds. There was a group of North American coots, and some of a people motionless to mount onto a log. Taken with a Sony A77M2 with Tamron 150-600 mm lens.Expert says: What we unequivocally like about this print is a hardness and tone of a blue H2O that is purify and contrasts good with a well-spoken dark-colored birds. Great choice of lens so were means to get in tighten to a birds and see those red eyes. A tip: Almost wish to be a tiny closer. By checking a metadata, it looks like this print was taken during 400mm. Im extraordinary what it would demeanour like if it was shot a tiny tighter. 500mm? Even during 600mm? we still wish to see those ripples in a water, yet have those (creepy) red eyes a tiny bigger in a frame. Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Shun Takano, Renton.
Photo taken: Dec. 30, 2014, Renton.
Photographer’s description: “Went to Gene Coulon Memorial Park with a rented lens to take photos of birds. There was a group of North American coots, and some of a people motionless to mount onto a log. Taken with a Sony A77M2 with Tamron 150-600 mm lens.”
Expert says: “What we unequivocally like about this print is a hardness and tone of a blue H2O that is purify and contrasts good with a well-spoken dark-colored birds. Great choice of lens so we’re means to get in tighten to a birds and see those red eyes. A tip: Almost wish to be a tiny closer. By checking a metadata, it looks like this print was taken during 400mm. I’m extraordinary what it would demeanour like if it was shot a tiny tighter. 500mm? Even during 600mm? we still wish to see those ripples in a water, yet have those (creepy) red eyes a tiny bigger in a frame. ”
—Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Tom Schonhoff,  Seattle.Photo taken: Dec. 14, 2014. Magnolia, looking toward a downtown skyline.Photographers description: On misty winter mornings, early light mixes with fast changeable haze to exhibit Seattle in startling ways. we gave adult a iconic Space Needle and packet boats to give concentration to a tree shadows rupturing by a fog. Black and white lets a spectator combine on a textures and contrasts, that are unequivocally a theme of a image.Expert says: we unequivocally most suffer a good black and white sketch and this is one of them. we adore how a light slices by a haze and a trees. We unequivocally get to combine on a density of a haze and a frail firm dark of a trees and industrial buildings. And that birds conformation is perfect. A tip: Try gathering from a left only to a initial building, and from a top, only above a sun. My eye kept erratic to a prosaic sky and by somewhat gathering we approach a concentration to a theme of a image.  Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Tom Schonhoff, Seattle.
Photo taken: Dec. 14, 2014. Magnolia, looking toward a downtown skyline.
Photographer’s description: “On misty winter mornings, early light mixes with fast changeable haze to exhibit Seattle in startling ways. we gave adult a iconic Space Needle and packet boats to give concentration to a tree shadows rupturing by a fog. Black and white lets a spectator combine on a textures and contrasts, that are unequivocally a theme of a image.”
Expert says: “I unequivocally most suffer a good black and white sketch and this is one of them. we adore how a light ‘slices’ by a haze and a trees. We unequivocally get to combine on a density of a haze and a frail firm dark of a trees and industrial buildings. And that bird’s conformation is perfect.
A tip: Try gathering from a left only to a initial building, and from a top, only above a sun. My eye kept erratic to a prosaic sky and by somewhat gathering we approach a concentration to a theme of a image. ”
— Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Kyle Szegedi, Bellingham.Photo taken: Nov. 1, Snoqualmie Falls.Photographers description: This print was taken on a cold day during Snoqualmie Falls. Me and my crony done a expostulate down only so we could take this photo. The camera was a Canon 60D and a ND400 filter to get a prolonged exposure. It was cold to have him mount in a shot to get a tellurian viewpoint subsequent to a waterfall. The alpine heat was extraordinary that sunset.Expert says: Snoqualmie Falls is one of a Pacific Northwests beauties and a photographer prisoner it perfectly. Great pursuit regulating a neutral-density filter to get that prolonged bearing during splendid object (if this wasnt used, it would be unequivocally tough to not blow out a highlights). we adore a colors: a blues in a shadows of a water, that contrariety easily with a yellows of a sunlight, and a immature moss and brush. Having a crony in a support is a tiny combined component that we enjoy. Gorgeous frame! Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Kyle Szegedi, Bellingham.
Photo taken: Nov. 1, Snoqualmie Falls.
Photographer’s description: “This print was taken on a cold day during Snoqualmie Falls. Me and my crony done a expostulate down only so we could take this photo. The camera was a Canon 60D and a ND400 filter to get a prolonged exposure. It was cold to have him mount in a shot to get a tellurian viewpoint subsequent to a waterfall. The alpine heat was extraordinary that sunset.”
Expert says: “Snoqualmie Falls is one of a Pacific Northwest’s beauties and a photographer prisoner it perfectly. Great pursuit regulating a neutral-density filter to get that prolonged bearing during splendid object (if this wasn’t used, it would be unequivocally tough to not blow out a highlights). we adore a colors: a blues in a shadows of a water, that contrariety easily with a yellows of a sunlight, and a immature moss and brush. Having a crony in a support is a tiny combined component that we enjoy. Gorgeous frame!”
— Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Aaron Roche, Seattle.Photo taken: Dec. 1, Jefferson Park, Seattle.Photographers description: Silhouetted skateboarders atop Beacon Hill stole a beauty of this sunset. Shot with a Sony ILCE-6000 Hybrid camera with a 16-50mm Power Zoom lens.Expert says: The photographer did a good pursuit silhouetting this skateboarder while capturing a rise action. we adore a rest of a silhouettes in a credentials of a people and flare post  it gives a print a clarity of place. The colors are pleasing and a wisp of clouds, generally in a tip half of a photo, easily fill out a frames passed space. This unequivocally well-timed impulse creates this print purify and a leader in my book. Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff
Photographer: Aaron Roche, Seattle.
Photo taken: Dec. 1, Jefferson Park, Seattle.
Photographer’s description: “Silhouetted skateboarders atop Beacon Hill stole a beauty of this sunset. Shot with a Sony ILCE-6000 Hybrid camera with a 16-50mm Power Zoom lens.”
Expert says: “The photographer did a good pursuit silhouetting this skateboarder while capturing a rise action. we adore a rest of a silhouettes in a credentials of a people and flare post — it gives a print a clarity of place. The colors are pleasing and a wisp of clouds, generally in a tip half of a photo, easily fill out a frame’s passed space. This unequivocally well-timed impulse creates this print purify and a leader in my book.”
— Katie G. Cotterill, Seattle Times print staff

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