On the trail of White Tail Deer.

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  1. DRodgers

    DRodgers TPF Noob!

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    First find a forest.
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    second look for tree rubbings
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    Third some deer are good.
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    Thanks for looking C&C welcome except for my soft focus its my inexpensive lens :er:
     
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    DRodgers TPF Noob!

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    sheesh not one comment I thought I made a nice set guess not :lol:
     
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    thanks for the tutorial, the last one's nice the way it looks at you through the branches.
     
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    Tough crowd for deer (reminds me of a funny little joke :boogie:) Nice shots.
     
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    Ok you're not getting off that easy whats the joke..:mrgreen:
     
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    Ah, my old arch enemy from work Odocoileus virginianus.

    They are considered vermin at my house :lol:

    I like #1, the distortion on the edges is working for you. #2 is nice too, I like all the verticals.
     
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    thanks but #1 is a natural valley I shot it because it looked like barrel disortation..
     

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