The worst is of course composition, but that's always going to be in the lap of the gods with this kind of shot isn't it?
BTW: What's with the scrotty wee JPEGs you are posting Stu
Why not stick 'em up at a decent size. The software will display at 758 px, but when you click on it, it shows it at full size and most folk these days have monitors that can display a 1000px wide image.
Ah yes, that's me being a bit lazy I think Col. I convert to JPEG in LR using max resolution, once I've finished faffing, then upload to Flickr and choose the 640 x 456 URL option so the forum filter doesn't soften the image if I choose the larger 1024 x 730 URL. Do you think I should set LR to convert to the specific resolution?
Damn fine effort Col! First one to put one up fully airbourne, in focus and correctly exposed wins a whole heap of Kudos.:thumbs: If it also happens to be a wild brownie too?
Love it Col, great shot.:thumbs: Are you planning to try things any higher than 1/1250s? I don't think it's needed for the usual fare, but to freeze a flapping airbourne fish do you think even faster might be worth a go?
How did you get on with the polorasing filter?