I took these pics of Mexican Gray Wolves at the MN zoo. Let me know what you think 1. This wolf was in a submissive pose, his tail was tucked under his backside and he was hunched forward. One of his ears was also injured from a previous fight. He kind of whimpered around in his own area of the pen. 2. Some of the younger wolves saw him and chased him. In the full sized image of this photo, fresh blood can barely be seen on the snow underneath the leftmost wolf. 3. one of the younger wolves ran past the old/injured wolf and he snarled and snapped at him as he ran past. 4. Finally after that exchange, it seemed that the old wolf had gained some confidence because he had held his own during the exchange in pic 3. I eventually caught this pic of him standing up on a rock, it is my favorite in the lot. I think he was either once in power of the pack and was being outed, or had made a play for the top and lost. His busted ear, and the blood on the snow suggested that this was only one incident in a struggle that had been going on a while, and would probably go on for much longer. I know they're not the best shots technically. I think they are all a little overexposed, but all of this happened in the span of 15 minutes or so, and I was busy snapping away and watching them, so I didn't really think of adjusting my settings. Partly I wanted to post them because I think they are pretty interesting as a set, because I was able to capture the whole story as it was happening, so I like them better as as set more than any individual pic. But that being said any C&C is welcome on the shots themselves, and on PP (I am pretty new to fiddling with curves on DPP) Any advice as to how to make sure to capture technically great shots when you're given an opportunity that may not repeat itself?