Posing Animals

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Fyza, Jul 7, 2005.

  1. Fyza

    Fyza TPF Noob!

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    Hai! Here you have some nice animals :p

    I made this photo of a Wapiti on my holiday in the US in Yellowstone park...
    It was really close, our tourguide was really mad at me (A)

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    I made this picture of the frog below in my garden in the Netherlands... My camera was only 20 to 30 cm away from the frog!!

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    This is our cat, called Julian... He's really funny :p


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    Sorry for posting 4 photo's...
     
  2. Calliope

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    I really like the first two photos. Do you have the first one in color by chance? I think the original would be stunning. :D
     
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    That first one is stunning! I like the colours in it. Sort of an old-time autumnal feel. Really nice lighting in that one.
     
  4. Fyza

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    The original :p

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    The quality is not that good, because of my simple olympus (D-560) camera
     
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    How did you acheive the look of the first one?
     
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    Wow, I like the original. Hi coat is so smooth and the colour is sharp, not all blotchy. AND CHECK OUT THE SIZE OF THOSE ANTLERS!!! Wouldn't want to get into a head butting contest with this fella!
    Really like the frog photo too. Very colourful.
    Remember... it's not really the camera that gets the best picture... it's the eye of the person behind it. You're doing very well with what you have IMO.
    Thanks for sharing Julian with us too.
     
  7. Fyza

    Fyza TPF Noob!

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    Thank you :)

    I just added some filters in the first photo...

    Experimental ;)
     
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    The first one is really nice, great job in post processing.
     
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    the first is very stunning...great job....i go to yellowstone and wyoming in general for two weeks every year....love it...and this pic makes me "homesick.." really killer job..

    i prefer the first over the original.....but thats just me.... i kinda dig the odd look....

    good job...
     

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