Looking for C&C on fox shots.

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  1. thebeatles

    thebeatles TPF Noob!

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    I took these with an 85mm prime. I sort of stumbled upon the subject and managed to get 2 shots with out much blur due to movement on the subjects part (the other shots were unusable because of this). Any advice or comments appreciated. :thumbup:

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    DISCLAIMER!

    Maybe at some point in my photography hobby, I will be "good" enough to give any C + C, but until then please disregard any and all of my comments. http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/...hoto-gallery/192755-giving-receiving-c-c.html


    that being said, I would go for a tighter crop on #1 (keeping the foreground and losing the sky IMO), and getting a lower perspcetive on the subject in #2.

    They are nice and sharp though! That is great how close he/she came to you also!
     
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    mrpink No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Not the type foxes I was hoping to see....

    #1 is good as is i think. Gives the subject a little scale and sense of belonging. Well shot. #2, ehh, I like #1.



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  4. thebeatles

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    Thanks for the tips folks! Here is a edit on #2 trying to bring the left (right) eye out a bit. Better?

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