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  1. volleysnap

    volleysnap TPF Noob!

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    Hehe couldn't resist with the title :)

    Please let me know what you think of the framing as it is a bit different. I have about 100 from when this guy wandered up to our house so there are plenty to choose from! Thanks!
     
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    great shot. really cool. I like the detail of the deer as well.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    No wonder you ask for opinions about framing here, since that hind leg sure looks a bit random here, with part of it in the top right corner, and another part of it coming back into the photo from outside the frame in the bottom right. I find that distracting, when actually all I want is to look into his (her?) clear (and well focussed!!!) eyes.
     
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    That is a yearling buck born last september if he hangs around he aught to have a little head gear in a couple of months
     
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    I like the shot it is like he is looking at you and knows you are there and he is just going to watch you while he eats.
     
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    Overread has a hat around here somewhere Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wonderful focusing on the eye and great eye contact with the camera. I personally would say crop off the right of the image as its not really adding and is just distracting me from seeing the wonderful face.
    The light here is also interesting as it appears in spots and patches on him - not conventional or "ideal" but its not displeasing.
    great shot --- any chance of seeing anymore?
     
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    I love shooting Venision, umm Deer!
    With a camera ofcourse! ;)
    Lovely photo!
     

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