Roar!!

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  1. Chiller

    Chiller Mental case

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    O.k. well not really. These are a few shots I played with in PS. I was not happy with the originals , even though I dont mind the comp, the quality was not that good. The seem to have a grainy feel to them. Wrong ISO again:confused:

    I shot this through the glass. The lion was sleeping in a dark corner, but there was enough light to catch this. I just really really hate that glass.


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    I used my 300mm, w/2X extender on this. I rested the camera on my little bean bag on the fence, but still lost some quality.

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    ...same with this one.

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    Not sure what this guy is called, but he can sure ballance up there

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    My dog looks like that when he sleeps! That's a great shot, even with the glass - the detail in the scarring on his nose is amazing. And the tiger one reminds me of Christmas cards I have had in the past :thumbup:
     
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    great shots Chiller, we need to get back to the TO Zoo this winter, It's such a great place. Nice PS work, such a drag about the dim light.
     
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    Greta work Chillie, so saved them pretty good. I should have went to the zoo that day :(

    Eric
     
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    Really like the first one.. Its very (Quiet) For a lion photo! Nice job on all of them
     
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    Great as always.
    Still love that monkey :lol:
     
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    LOL! Yes the monkey :lol:

    Great shots Chiller !
     
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    Chiller: Great work. Shoot that Tiger again.
     
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    Gotta go with the monkey its my favourite. Nice series.
     
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    Nice series, I think the second shot is great considering the focal length :thumbup:
     
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    did well considering the circumstances...i'd really like to see what you can do with some "L" series lenses. :)
     
  12. Chiller

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    Thank you so much for all your replies. I appreciate it.
    Puzzle...maybe I will add this one to my Christmas cards to make list too.

    Airic....Im sure you would have snapped some killer shots. It was one of these dim light days..and add some snow to it, made it a real challenge.

    JOAT...man..what a dream that would be, to have a "L " lens. I try to make due with what I got, but I can not help but keep that on my wish list

    Thanks again all. !!
     

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