C&C Squirrels

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  1. CAG76

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    These are a big difference from what I've posted here before. Any tips?
     
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    I have no tips as i am a noob, but oh my god! i love them all, the focus on the squirrel is soo good!
     
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    I like tips but I also love the compliments too! So this is always good! Thanks!

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    I never realized squirrels were so damn cute. Great photos! I'm assuming this is from your Xsi? What lens were you using?

    I am also a noob but it seems like the focus is a bit off in the first picture around the nose/face, does anyone else feel the same way? I think it's a great angle though. I love the DOF and how sharp the squirrel looks in #2 and #3. Great job!
     
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    Very true! Now that I look at it, it does look out of focus in the nose. I am using the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM lens.
     

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