Day at the zoo, and a walk in the woods

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  1. Middlemarch

    Middlemarch TPF Noob!

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    I'm still very new to photography. At this point, I'm trying to pay attention to composition. Any comments/advice on that or other aspects would be appreciated. Thanks for looking. -MM





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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    nice shots, i like your second one the best!
     
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    Nice shots . I like the second one best.
    I think the only advice I can give is when I photograph animals, I try to get as close as I can, and wait for some sort of movement, to capture an expression. Maybe a yawn, or when something catches the animals attention, they change their facial expression, and I just fire off a shot. This is just my way of taking pics of animals. I think the best is to just keep shooting and practising.
     
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    Thanks, Chiller. This is really helpful advice. I appreciate your time. I was hoping you'd take a look at these, since I know you visit the zoo a lot. Thanks again.
     

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