B/W Grizzily Bear photo

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  1. Relic123

    Relic123 TPF Noob!

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    Shot with a Canon Mark II N, Canon 300mm f/2.8 L my absolute favorite lens! Shutter speed 1/1300 sec, f/6.3, ISO 400, Manual exposure program. I love the contrast and texture of his fur. I also like the composition of this image, my eye sufficiently wanders. I also like his expression. Any critique would be greatly appreciated.

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    The big scary bear.
     
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    Why did you choose B&W for this shot?

    Love & Playa
     
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    i love everything about this photo... except, is there a reason you chose to chop off his little ears?
     
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    I think if you cropped off near his chest you couldn't tell it was a captive animal.
     
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    Well I was processing some BW images, and I accidentally copied this picture in a new in a new window that was gray scale. I liked the conversion so much I played around with it.
     

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