C and C red tail hawk!

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  1. outlandishogle

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    i went on a hike at a new place today and found this little guy. well he found me really. squaking up a storm. what do you guys think?
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    DOF is too shallow. Focus is on the mid section of the foremost branch leaving the rest too soft imho.
     
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    yeah it was hard to see with all the branches around. but i like how it turned out for the most part. thanks for the critique!
     
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    I really like the 'maple lake woods' photo on your flickr btw.
     
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    Thank you. I like how that one turned out as well. The leaf litter was soooo thick it was like walking through snow lol.
     
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    You focused on the branch it seems like, also, looking up may have been your only choice but its a horrible view for bird photography
     
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    yeah he was high in the tree. im just glad i got a shot of him.
     
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    nice job under the conditions, but always try to get the eyes in focus. And I really hate it when you ask them to perch lower for a better shot and they ignore you LOL
     
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    lol yeah that never goes to good for me. usually they just give you the cold sholder.
     

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