Deborah Milburn  


Lake Clark National Park by Deborah Milburn

November 2020 - Lake Clark National Park

About the Image(s)


The image was shot at Lake Clark National Park. It was on Crescent Lake. It was a magical day of seeing the brown bears. The image was shot at f11, 1/500 and 92mm.


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7 comments posted




Kathy Brand   Kathy Brand
A great picture of the bear. He is a little dark and I would consider lightening him up a bit. Then I would crop off some of the picture on the right as to me the jagged peaks are more interesting and would also place more focus on the bear.   Posted: 11/19/2020 18:02:18



Deborah Milburn   Deborah Milburn
Thanks for your comments. I do appreciate the feedback.   Posted: 11/19/2020 19:32:32



Wanda Krack   Wanda Krack
What a wonderful-looking day. You could go either way with this image. As is, it shows the bear in his/her habitat well, but if you wanted a closer shot of the bear, you could do a crop and follow Kathy's suggestion. It might be nice to have more detail show in the bear. Was it a hazy day? You must have been on a boat in the lake? I realize getting a shot of a brown bear is quite special.   Posted: 11/23/2020 07:24:44
Deborah Milburn   Deborah Milburn
Thanks for your comments. I always enjoy the insights of others. I did get some close up images of the bears. Maybe I will submit one next month.
Have a very Happy Thanksgiving.   Posted: 11/23/2020 12:03:14



Steve Jacobs   Steve Jacobs
Love the bear I would lighten the bear up a little and also crop a little from the right also and maybe a very small about from the bottom to bring the bear closer.   Posted: 11/24/2020 14:37:30
Deborah Milburn   Deborah Milburn
Thanks   Posted: 11/24/2020 15:47:00



Tom Johnson   Tom Johnson
Nice capture of the bear with the mountain view. To me, I would lighten the bear, lighten the sky a bit and crop the right to get the bear off center.   Posted: 11/24/2020 21:29:14