A few from the other night...

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  1. Hybrid Designz

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    Here are a few photos i shot the other night of my friends stock of reptiles.
    Please remember that these are unedited photos but just thought id share these awesome animals with you....

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    Whitesided Bullsnake:

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    Enigma Leopard Gecko:

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    Here is his American Alligator as well... ;)

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    Comments?
     
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    The subjects are cool but the photos are ordinary and don't do them justice. Compositions are awkward.

    Snapshot quality and the color/WB is off. Focus is off in most of them. Light subjects with light background = poor contrast.

    A few are at subject's POV but most are just shooting downward... ordinary.

    Keep at it.
     
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    i love that gecko's facial expression!
     
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    ty for the comments. it was a test "shoot" with a new lens which i now have a better understanding of now ;)
     
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    The gecko's expression is pretty funny. Compose your background, frame it right and fix the light, then show that gecko to it's full potential.
     
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    Ill see what I can do tonight with the same gecko. ty for the input ;)
     
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    The light for the snake photos seems very flat, there needs to be some contrast created, especially with that type of animal.
     
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    i really like the 2 gecko pics........

    with a decent background they'd be very good
     
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    Actually all i used was on over head heat lamp for the "shoot" because its mid winter and wanted to warm them up to be more active. I need a flash or some studio lights :(
     

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