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  1. laudrup

    laudrup TPF Noob!

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    I've not posted for ages...been a bit pressed for time lately but thought i'd stick up a recent shot, i've got a load to scan but never seem to have a free minute...see what you think of this one.

    Any feedback appreciated. I was sure whether it would benefit from a tighter crop but the grass was pretty colourful with loads of buttercups etc

    Cheers

    Laudrup

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  2. LittleMan

    LittleMan TPF Noob!

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    It seems you focused a bit short of the rabbit...
    Great composition/colors though!
     
  3. laudrup

    laudrup TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for your feedback Littleman, I had a couple like that. I was walking along a canal tow path and spotted some rabbits running along a patch of grass, having a manual focus slr meant i had to focus quick to get the shot so i may have missed it.

    I've got another shot of a rabbit running in full flight and that's similar it just doesnt quite stand out sharp enough from the background. I'll post it when i get the chance and see what you think.

    I'm going to a livestock show first thing in the morning so i should shoot a few rolls there too.

    Cheers
     
  4. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Nice to see you back! I love what you've done to the photo - it gives it that mysterious deep forest look.

    But i have to agree with Littleman that it'd be nice to have the rabbit a bit more in focus.

    It feels to me that bunny is a little close to the edges as well... but only sometimes. Maybe if you cut off some green on the top and right side it might even it up a bit. Hmmm I dunno... But it's a very mesmerising shot.
     

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