a trip to the zoo

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  1. Pjoseph

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    PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE GENIE
     
  2. Andrew T. Mironov

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    I would say that it would be best not to shoot through fences
     
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    so stick your lens right through that fence with the mountain lion in it :)
     
  4. Andrew T. Mironov

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    you should be able to get to a vantage point where there isn't anything in the way...
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    Then say... nice mountain lion come here kitty kitty..:shock:
     
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    the spot where there wasn't any fence were all straight down shots.
     
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    This image was shot through a fence tighter than the one in your first post!! The trick is get the lens as close to the fence as you can. Open the lens to an appropriate aperture and the fence should be so out of focus it will not show in in the image.

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