little flower and a fowl

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  1. paxye

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    psst -- tip = go to edit for your post - then go to advanced mode. Then edit your title of this thread and replace fowl for heron :)

    As for the shots - I like what I see- though with the first I think you want to use a smaller aperture (bigger f number) to get more of a depth of field into the shot - its a little fine at the moment I feel.

    Second shot looks like you were pushing your lens past its best range - but it looks good - a strong pose and decent framing of the shot - though I would be tempted to crop a bit of the right so that the stump touches the edge of the boarder. Eye looks sharp as well - which is always desirable with wildlife photography
     
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    lol... thanks so much for the tips... ;)

    yes, I was at the end of my 18-250 in the second one... I will try that crop... thanks :)
     

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