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Fire away... #37020
10/28/11 02:22 AM
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Guess I'll let ya'll get to know me in a forum where you can tell me what I did wrong.

So what do you like or dislike about this image?


Re: Fire away... [Re: K.B. Photography] #37023
10/28/11 11:35 AM
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Beautiful shot..only thing I saw (and I am not even CLOSE to a pro or anything) was the skinny tree beside the big tree...I may have tried cropping that out.


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Re: Fire away... [Re: K.B. Photography] #37025
10/28/11 12:14 PM
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Hi Kevin,
I have no negative feedback on this at all: nice shot. Where did you capture this Wolf?

Jim


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Re: Fire away... [Re: Jim Garvie] #37026
10/28/11 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted By: jimgarvie
Hi Kevin,
I have no negative feedback on this at all: nice shot. Where did you capture this Wolf?

Jim


Ditto on both.

Nice capture, good placement in the frame. Good exposure. Not much else to comment on.

Roman

Re: Fire away... [Re: KatieC] #37027
10/28/11 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted By: KatieC
Beautiful shot..only thing I saw (and I am not even CLOSE to a pro or anything) was the skinny tree beside the big tree...I may have tried cropping that out.


Hmmm... I may have to give that a try and see how it looks. Good eye.

Re: Fire away... [Re: Jim Garvie] #37028
10/28/11 01:26 PM
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Originally Posted By: jimgarvie
Hi Kevin,
I have no negative feedback on this at all: nice shot. Where did you capture this Wolf?

Jim


There must be some mystery in life for it to be enjoyed... but it wasn't in a zoo.

Re: Fire away... [Re: K.B. Photography] #37029
10/28/11 01:26 PM
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Thanks Roman

Re: Fire away... [Re: K.B. Photography] #37030
10/28/11 01:39 PM
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Hi,

I like this shot a bunch. If it was in the wild, you are really - and I mean really - fortunate. If you area asking me to be entirely picky (which I think you are), the one thing that bothers me about the image is that there is darkening at the bottom of the frame. I am assuming that it was taken in a blind, and that is what we are seeing? As the wolf's feet are already a bit cut, it seems impossible to crop it out.

Over-all? A very very nice shot - and if this was in the wild, I know how fortunate you are just to have experienced it, much less having gotten the photo.

Cheers
James

Re: Fire away... [Re: K.B. Photography] #37031
10/28/11 01:44 PM
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Originally Posted By: K.B. Photography
Originally Posted By: jimgarvie
Hi Kevin,
I have no negative feedback on this at all: nice shot. Where did you capture this Wolf?

Jim


There must be some mystery in life for it to be enjoyed... but it wasn't in a zoo.


Actually I am a disclosure kinda guy. Especially in this kind of work. The big kudos go to the wild shooters, and medium kudos go to the "game preserve" kind of shooters as the animals are not skiddish of humans and much easier to capture.

Dosn't make the image any less good or bad, it just lets me know what dedication the shooter had to have to get the shot.

Roman

Re: Fire away... [Re: RomanJohnston] #37033
10/28/11 02:56 PM
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Kevin,
the reason behind my original question about where you captured this image was to see if it was at the Seacrest Wolf Preserve in Northern Florida which I've always wanted to visit. There was nothing judgmental in the question at all and if you took it in a preserve, or in a zoo, it still would be a nice image. If you took it in the wild, that would be doubly cool because of the difficulty of it but would have no influence on the quality of the image itself.

Jim


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