I am New here... an intro and a photo

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  1. joemc

    joemc TPF Noob!

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    My Name is Joe.... I have been into photography for a while now.

    The first shot that I am sharing is a Red Shouldered Hawk shot in the wild in the Florida everglades!

    Comments and suggestions to my photography is welcome!
     
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    Beautiful shot! Was the picture cropped? or was it the full picture?
     
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    Thanks for the comment...it is cropped....but not by much..... This guy just sat on this limb forever.... He was still there when I left....lol

    I was within 30 ft of him?

    Cheers, Joe
     
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    I cant wait. Im going out to a national forest on a weekend photo trip!

    GREAT SHOT
     
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    Nice lighting on this, Joe. And focus is dead on target. welcome to the forum.
     
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    Focused, exposed, and composed beautifully. What timing! Good job catching him looking right at you! His coloring is beautiful also. Thats really something that you caught this guy in the wild- all the more special. Can't wait to see more
     

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