September 2016

A month of photos of the day

Morris Altman

September 1, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Morris Altman with a Nikon D300S and a 150-600 mm f/5.0-6.3 lens at 1/1000 sec, f/8 and ISO 400. See more of his bird photography here.Morris Altman
Simon Bergmann

September 2, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Simon Bergmann with a Nikon D7100 90 mm f/2.8 lens at 1/100 sec, f/13 and ISO 100. See more work here. Simon Bergmann
Giuseppe Cammino

September 6, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day comes from Giuseppe Cammino and was taken in Vienna, Austria with a Canon EOS 5D Mark III EF70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM at 1/1600 sec, f/5.6 and ISO 1000. See more work here. Giuseppe Cammino
Ben Coffman

September 7, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was taken by Ben Coffman who captured this starry desert scene in Arches National Park. This panoramic image is the result of 20 separate images. See more work here. Ben Coffman
Neal Wellons

September 8, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was taken by Neal Wellons in Bettendorf, Iowa with a Fujifilm X100S at 1/220 sec, f/5.6 and ISO 200. See more work here. Neal Wellons
Tamara Woolfolk

September 9. 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Tamara Woolfolk and is actually also featured in August's Your Best Shot gallery. Woolfolk captured this baby bird with a Nikon D7100 and a 50mm lens at 1/800 sec, f/3.2 and ISO 160. "I noticed a bird's nest in our yard one day with several unhatched eggs, so I started keeping an eye on the nest and checking on it each day," Woolfolk writes regarding the image. "As soon as the first baby bird hatched, I went back with my camera each day to take a picture, being careful to not disturb the nest. It was fascinating to watch as the birds first hatched to when they developed their wings and eventually left the nest." See more of the Your Best Shot finalists here. Tamara Woolfolk
Ruslan Isinev

September 12, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day comes from Ruslan Isinev and was taken with a Nikon D700 at 1/1600 sec, f/3.5 and ISO 200. See more work here.Ruslan Isinev
Milla Rice

September 13, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Milla Rice with a Nikon D5300 and a 18-300 mm f/3.5-6.3 lens at 1/100 sec, f/3.5 and ISO 800. See more work here.Milla Rice
Stephen Costantini

September 14, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Stephen Costantini with the new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and a EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens at 1/320 sec, /f.5 and ISO 200. See more work here .Stephen Costantini
Daniel Romero

September 15, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Daniel Romero with a Canon EOS 7D Mark II and a 70-200mm lens at 1/200 sec, f/2.8 and ISO 2000. See more work here. Daniel Romero
Daniel Kessel

September 16, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Daniel Kessel who used a flashlight and a long exposure to create this light painted scene. Shot with a Nikon D810 and a 14 mm f/2.8 lens at f/8 and ISO 200. See more work here. Daniel Kessel
Ulderico Granger

September 28, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Ulderico Granger in Mauna Kea, Hawaii with a 20 second exposure at f/1.4 and ISO 3200. The lights from a passing car illuminated the cinder cone in this beautiful nighttime shot. See more work here. Ulderico Granger
Reid Northrup

September 29, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Reid Northrup who was shooting in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park with a Nikon D810 and a 70-300 mm f/4.5-5.6 lens at 1/1000 sec, f/5.6 and ISO 3200. "Most of the larger herds were too far off for my 300mm lens," Northrup writes of the shooting experience. "Luckily we moved down the road a bit and found this lone male. We were able to fairly close the this beautiful animal." See more work here. Reid Northrup
Patrick Higgins

September 30, 2016

Today's Photo of the Day was captured by Patrick Higgins who was shooting with a Nikon D40 and a 18-50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens with a long exposure at f/5.6 and ISO 200. See more work here.Patrick Higgins

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