Cheetah's

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  1. hyakuhei

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    Hi All,

    Two pictures from the "wild"

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    Please C&C - Cheers!
     
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    #1 has a strange haze to it.

    #2 has some blown out highlights.

    I can't believe you got these in the wild...I would hope you were using a long tele!!!!
     
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    I like the intense stare of the cheetah in that first shot.

    (Looks to me like there's wire behind the cheetahs and/or they were shot through glass, so I presume that's why you put the word wild in quotation marks!)
     
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    Yeah it wasn't really in the wild...

    I took some good shots at the zoo a little while ago but realised afterwards that what makes a great zoo shot is when you can extract it from its captivity.

    As for the blown out highlights, I agree they are not favourable but the exposures right for the face.... perhaps a little dodging on the highlights ?
     
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    Truely magnificent!
     

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