Moose

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  1. Apisto

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    Moose I spent 2 hours watching and shooting in Glacier NP. C&C Welcomed

    I found out I need a better tripod as there was noticeable camera shake even with a remote shutter control.

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    Remarkable shots! What a lucky guy to get to shoot a subject such as these big moose! Your shots are all nicely focused and sharp. I really love looking at these interesting poses you caught them doing. I personally like the first the best- I'm partial to the black and white- and the tones and light are beautiful. The only thing I see in these that bother me are the crooked horizons- not so much on the last one but on the first two. And on the second, I might have got a little more space behind the moose as it feels a little off kilt as it is.

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    Thanks Flower Child,

    I like the first on the best as well. Others do nice since his face isn't showing.

    The crooked horizons bother me as well. He was in the middle of a round pond and moving around. Unfortunately I couldn't move around the pond fast enough to line up the shore.

    I'll go back and see if I can't recrop #3. Thanks for the comments!
     

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