Rhino

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  1. Tammy

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    This was taken at the zoo with a meade binocular/camera

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    Interesting shot Tammy!

    as the photo was downloading, i thought the rock to the right was the rhino's arse, but then when it finished i saw the rhino.

    Tell me more about the shot, what is a meade binocular/camera?
     
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    Binoculars with a built in digital camera.

    They are pretty fun to play with, but the resolution is limited - an it is pretty easy to accidently erase the images (hate when that happens). I also had my digital with me on this trip, but they rhino was so far away that those shots didn't work out.
     
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    Rhinos were made for black and white photos :)

    Pretty decent quality for one of those binoc cameras. Good job!

    -Brett :)
     
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    very interesting product there!

    Its a very interestingly framed shot, and very contrasty, looks like it was taken in the midday sun. I think the high contrast works here, perhaps i would like to see more detail that the constrast here may have bleached out. I like the way the right rock leads into the rhino. I am wondering what the shot would look like with out the tree, the branches distract me a bit, but of course impossible to move for the shot!

    All in all, i like the compostion! :thumbsup:
     
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    White rhino? It almost appears to be a statue carved of stone. Nice shot, Tammy.
     
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    I'm glad the framing worked - I liked the play between the boulder and the rhino and tried to focus on that. Thanks for commenting everyone.
     

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