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  1. stockdogtta

    stockdogtta TPF Noob!

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    Havent been at this long and trying to learn...mind boggling for an old fella. I shoot nature type shots around the place...here are a couple from yesterday. Any suggestions for better photos is greatly appreciated.

    Snapper headed across the pasture
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    Simple Red clover Bloom
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    Dennis
     
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    Bravotwofive TPF Noob!

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    Very Nice. First thought that come to mind...where is the other front leg?
    The composition is good for me, perhaps a little more depth of field, or switch up the perpestive just a little.

    Chuck
     
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    The first has a distracting blade of grass across the face, but otherwise good, the flower does nothing for me.
     
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    Welcome to forums. You'll find a lot of help and some good people here!

    I find your first pic is good, I'll agree with the above comment about the blad of grass.
     
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    Thanks for looking and the comments and suggestions..I'll try to pay more attention to not have distractions in front of the subject and watch my dof. Dennis
     

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