Eyes of a Predator.

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  1. ClarkKent

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    Found this little guy lurking in the trees the other day. In my area, I think they are pretty rare to see, because this is the first one that I have seen out in the wild. Was wanting some general critique on composition and exposure. OTE.
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    a little soft for my liking

    good catpure
     
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    Agreed on it looking a bit soft. I'm guessing it was a crop from a larger shot?

    I like the composition.
     
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    ahh yes the composition

    that is what i forgot to comment on

    i love it!
     
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    agreed
     
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    the composition is nice. too bad you couldnt have been closer so you wouldnt lose all that quality from cropping so much (looks like a 100% crop almost, or it was just some camera movement, which would make sense on a 210mm lens at 1/25 of a sec).
     

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