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Aug 03, 2013 18:19 |  #2

Nice capture. I think that the crop is a little tight for my liking on this type of image. Try adding a little extra space to the left and bottom. It will add more sense of scale, and with the less tighter crop it may make the image seem more crisp too :)


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I was actually thinking about that yesterday. Good call. How about this crop? Actually it isn't cropped at all! It's just reduced to fit. So I think we're on the same page or at least I was when I first shot the image. I guess I was looking to post detail of the squirrel at first but some backdrop scenery does show the true nature of the situation. Feel free to crop it to show how you think it would work better. I'm always open to suggestions. The full image, or one of them anyway, is located here:

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Aug 03, 2013 21:40 |  #4

A little bit tighter would be nice. I was thinking crop the top about half way between the very top of the squirrels back and the top of the image. Then crop about 1/3rd off of between the squirrels nose and the left side of the image.


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So this should be about what right you think? It does get it close to the rule of thirds which is what I was thinking it needed when i started thinking I cropped it too much.

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