Big Elk. 1st shots with my new D300

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  1. Sachphotography

    Sachphotography TPF Noob!

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    I shot these this morning driving around.
    No post processing done!


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    Also... Input on sharpness please as well.
     
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    Nice looking deer you have there!

    The shots are pretty underexposed, but from what I can tell the sharpness doesn't seem to be too much of an issue. Brighten the pictures a bit and then see how they look.
     
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    Second was shot through a fence?

    First is a great, maybe play with levels and shadow highlights!
     
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    Yeah he was behind a fence. I was shooting down from a hill. I tried to get closer but the fence was in the way..... The first was over the fence.
     
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    Yeah, they are a bit dark, but you got a great couple of photos! I'm sure you can lighten them up a bit.
     

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