Anyone like lizards?

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    cigrainger TPF Noob!

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    Hmm?

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    Hmm most people just pull there tails off you even went so far as to cut it's head off too. ;) A little too dark and needs some contrast.
     
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    Cut its head off? Noted on the contrast.
     
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    Darn that scroll bar!! Didn't see it.
     
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    It's a little soft in focus in the body, but still shows some good detail in the lizard's markings, and the eyes/head is nice and clear. They're cute l'il fellas, but they always startle me the way they appear out of nowhere and move so fast.
     
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    I like lizards.
    Aperture here looks like it was wide open and gave you only the narrowest DOF, so large parts of the lizard are out of focus, but that doesn't matter since the most important part, head and eyes, is not only there :)greenpbl: to DRGribson, :biggrin: ) but also in focus.

    He was curious to see what you were doing there, wasn't he??? He observes you quite thoroughly!
     

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