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Mar 16, 2017 21:01 |  #16546

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Giving back the definition, now tell me?? which one do you like??
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I like #1 the best. interesting reading you shot under exposed. I have not done that with 7DII mainly because I just got so used to exposing over with my original 7D and it sort of just stuck


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Mar 16, 2017 21:12 |  #16547

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I like #1 the best. interesting reading you shot under exposed. I have not done that with 7DII mainly because I just got so used to exposing over with my original 7D and it sort of just stuck

Thanks , I like #1 too. I shot the same way with my 7D, I found I had to keep the iso down. I use to say I shot Low and slow.. I shoot a lot closer to on target most of the time these days But I hate burnt whites and here I'm blowing them out in processing on these. I hope the deer is not putting some off.


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Mar 16, 2017 21:17 |  #16548

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I like the snow better in the first one creating a nice bokeh, but the fox better (slightly lighter and more color perception) in the second one.

Good eye Guy, I up'd her exposure a bit because pulling the white off the snow made her darker. I just went by my eye


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Mar 16, 2017 22:14 |  #16549

Ok completely different Fox I shot this last week. She knows exactly who she's looking at, yet she is still wild... Sitting in the shadows


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Mar 17, 2017 00:21 |  #16550

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Ok completely different Fox I shot this last week. She knows exactly who she's looking at....
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Yeah, Mr. Bacon himself. ߘ




  
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Mar 17, 2017 06:10 |  #16551

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Yeah, Mr. Bacon himself. ߘ

Just when I was starting to think you were ok Guy lol, ...Maybe a small Weasel like creature then Guy.


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Mar 17, 2017 10:27 |  #16552

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Thanks , I like #1 too. I shot the same way with my 7D, I found I had to keep the iso down. I use to say I shot Low and slow.. I shoot a lot closer to on target most of the time these days But I hate burnt whites and here I'm blowing them out in processing on these. I hope the deer is not putting some off.
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its a a fact of nature the deer. It always amuses me that people join online groups and get offended by what they see. example Im a member of a group on facebook "rural Australia" and people have been upset by photos of dead foxes on a fence after being shot. The thing is foxes are feral animals here, they kill our native wildlife and farm stock so they get shot, they never should have been brought here. Yet people have had a sad over seeing the reality of outback Australia. same with people who get all upset by nature programmes on TV where a lion kills a baby animal and I've actually seen people say the photographer should have done something. They dont seem to get the fact that its nature :rolleyes:


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Mar 17, 2017 12:15 |  #16553

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its a a fact of nature the deer. It always amuses me that people join online groups and get offended by what they see. example Im a member of a group on facebook "rural Australia" and people have been upset by photos of dead foxes on a fence after being shot. The thing is foxes are feral animals here, they kill our native wildlife and farm stock so they get shot, they never should have been brought here. Yet people have had a sad over seeing the reality of outback Australia. same with people who get all upset by nature programmes on TV where a lion kills a baby animal and I've actually seen people say the photographer should have done something. They dont seem to get the fact that its nature :rolleyes:

Yes true.. Hence the reason I am allergic to Facebook. But not all people are accustomed to animals and their ways and I believe that's way they are drawn to the wildlife pages to see critters they would normally never see. Whether they understand and or put human emotion on the image. The trouble is those that live in city's also think you must be feeding an animal if you regularly get opportunity's to shoot wildlife. That one gets old for me..


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Mar 17, 2017 12:34 |  #16554

Exactly the reason why I am fine with a starling and a nutria extermination campaign.


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Mar 17, 2017 15:30 |  #16555

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its a a fact of nature the deer. It always amuses me that people join online groups and get offended by what they see. example Im a member of a group on facebook "rural Australia" and people have been upset by photos of dead foxes on a fence after being shot. The thing is foxes are feral animals here, they kill our native wildlife and farm stock so they get shot, they never should have been brought here. Yet people have had a sad over seeing the reality of outback Australia. same with people who get all upset by nature programmes on TV where a lion kills a baby animal and I've actually seen people say the photographer should have done something. They dont seem to get the fact that its nature :rolleyes:

I also deal with this, I love to photograph animals, mostly but not all, birds, feeding and sometimes it isn't pretty. People complain. Seriously? Do you think they order takeout? It's a daily eat or be eaten struggle. If you can't take it, watch a Disney cartoon, for cryin' out loud.

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Mar 17, 2017 19:49 |  #16556

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Mar 17, 2017 19:53 |  #16557

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Yes it was, It was real foggy one night and two were hit about 1 km from my home. Im interested to know how the deer makes you feel about the image. your opinion would be appreciated.


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Thanks , I like #1 too. I shot the same way with my 7D, I found I had to keep the iso down. I use to say I shot Low and slow.. I shoot a lot closer to on target most of the time these days But I hate burnt whites and here I'm blowing them out in processing on these. I hope the deer is not putting some off.

Real wildlife in the real wild surviving the best it can. That's real reality. Keep those pics coming Jeff. Good stuff.ߙ


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Mar 17, 2017 19:55 |  #16558

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Mar 17, 2017 20:03 |  #16559

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Real wildlife in the real wild surviving the best it can. That's real reality. Keep those pics coming Jeff. Good stuff.ߙ

Thanks Terry,... I will


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Mar 17, 2017 20:23 |  #16560

I didn't get a good opportunity to get close to the Wolf female. She's standing on the same beaver dam I shot a Moose on back when the 7DII was new to us all. Different angle but same dam. beaver hut is in the image on the Moose. Thats a Bull in the spring starting to grow his rack again.


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