Bird Photos and Baby Fox

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  1. IndieMe

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    I went for another go at more photos today.

    Seen allot of common birds.

    I spotted a mother and baby fox, before they could get away I snapped one shot.

    Tips, comments, feed back anything is welcome. You can be rough too!

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  2. Overread

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    And I was just about to go to bed -- can't resist a fox cub shot
    Anyway I think you have done really well considering that the light is definitely not on your side - outside in the open in harsh light like this is a real pain (often I will just go into the woods in this light = the canopy cover means that usually at this time of year, you get just the right amount of light.)
    That said (and I am trying not to be bias here - really I am) but the fox cub really is the winner of this set - you just caught the light right with him :)
    What you might try out is next time in this sort of light is shifting to using RAW mode (I recommend this a lot as it really does help with shooting) and possibly try to underexpose the shots a little more than usual - that way you can get rid of some of that harsh glare - but its a fine line to balance along so good luck.
     
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    Shot 7 is so cute!!!!!! He is as interested in you as you are in him, well done on this shot, the others don't do much for me though.. sorry..

    Thanks for sharing.. Keep it up...
     

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