Animals of Mongolia 3 (Horses and cows)

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  1. macropleasure

    macropleasure TPF Noob!

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    Some more animals of Mongolia

    some of them are a bit out of focus, but you have to understand
    i took them while riding a horse.


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  2. macropleasure

    macropleasure TPF Noob!

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    bump....

    no replies?:meh:
     
  3. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Problem is, most won't understand.

    Looks like a fascinating place to visit- nice snapshots.
     
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    I love #1 except for the blown out sky. It has great potential but it lacks contrast. A little post processing can do wonders if you spend a bit of time on it. :)

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    Further to NJ's comment, not only is the sky blown out in #1, but all the photos look overexposed. Your signature suggests that the the 400D is new to you? I'd suggest playing with it some more in order to find out why it's overexposing. If you took them in fully automatic mode that could explain it. Change to aperture priority, chose a low f-stop and select spot or centre-weighted metering. BTW, I'm not a Canon user, so I'm guessing the 400D works similar to the Nikon D80.

    Another personal view is that full frame pictures of animals are usually not as impressive as close shots. This is why I like #4 (and #7) better than the others.

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  6. macropleasure

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    i know what you mean
    and thanks ;)


    NJam,

    thanks for that tip...i rarely use photo programs on the computer
    i really should learn to use them

    flyingseale,

    thanks for the info...and by the way..i was not using my canon
    because i was riding a horse...i took my small sony cybershot

    i agree with you..i like detailed shots of animals

    i took some today..maybe you would like them:

    http://thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?p=972331#post972331
     

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