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  1. Lula

    Lula Cracks-Up At Crazy Titles!

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    Here some photos taken while i was on vacation!

    This one was taken in "Parque das Águas" (Alentejo)

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    This one was on my friend's garden
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    In the Lisbon (in the zoo)
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    I like this one best
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    Give me some feedback please :mrgreen:
     
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    #1 and the last one is great!
     
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    I like the first three. They're great. The last two suffer from unwanted zoo restrictions IMO. Oh, I accept you've done as well as possible with them - but a polarising filter mite have fixed the glare on the snake and I would have tried to get above the fence on the last one. Sorry for being critical mate.
     
  4. Lula

    Lula Cracks-Up At Crazy Titles!

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    Thanxx Guys!


    No worries 2Stupid2Duck your critic is always welcome. The last pic i "kinda" played with the fence and i liked the result, But i know what u mean could it been better without the fence.
    About the snake pic u said "but a polarising filter mite have fixed the glare on the snake " i'm not sure if i get that, could tell me more....


    BTW Hehehe the llama seems so sweet i like the way of his eyes :lol: :lol:
     
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    A polarising filter attaches to your lens. The purpose of it is to remove (or add as it turns out) reflections from glass or water or whatever. It is a circular filter that you rotate to add/remove reflections. The filter also has the advantage of giving more true colour tones in bright or low light.
     
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    the blues in the first one are great!
     
  7. Lula

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    Thanxx Ana 8)
     
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    LOVE the 1st shot...........
     
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    i agree with anja on the blues in the first one, but the whole picture seems soft to me?
    and I really like the last one, and I like the "unwanted zoo" thing.
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  10. Lula

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    Thanxx again! 8)

    When i shoot the 1rst it seemed not very instersting but then i liked the result 8) .

    Pilgrim
    Thanxx......that one is my fav!
     

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