Deer (x5)

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  1. Trenton Romulox

    Trenton Romulox TPF Noob!

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    I decided to stake out a field on the way home from a dog sled race (pictures coming soon) and this is what I got out of it.

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    Five:
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    Comments and critiques are welcome and appreciated.

    Peace.
     
  2. MHarvey

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    2 and 5 look oversaturated to me, the sharpness is great though. I think 2 is my favorite the green of the trees is very nice and the pose of the deer is classic, only thing is the saturation on that one. how close were you to the deer?
     
  3. Trenton Romulox

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    I am not sure how close I was. Close enough, I guess. Haha. Thanks for the comments.
     
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    great shots but I agree that they are oversaturated, they are too orange looking
     
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    The first three look like ISO had been very high, the originals were quite noisy, they were put through NoiseNinja or NeatImage to fight the noise, then they were submitted to USM again to bring back the lost sharpness. You must have been fairly far away and your zoom lens was pulled out to the max? And you still had to crop these somewhat?

    To me, Photo 4 looks like it was the best original, and it looks the most natural. 5 is absolutely too saturated and also too sharpened.
     
  6. Trenton Romulox

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    Nope.

    Not high ISO. Not noisy originals. Not put through noise reduction. Submitted to minimal sharpening. Not far away. Not at maximum zoom. Minimal crop.

    Really not sure what you're talking about, frankly.
     
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    I'm guessing there was some stomping and blowing going on. Nice shots.
     

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