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  1. liltimmy1313

    liltimmy1313 TPF Noob!

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    Did you shoot these in a habitat ?
     
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    robertwsimpson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I love them... how close were you to these animals???
     
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    Both of these are very nice. My only nit pick would be in #1, crop just a bit more off the top so all that shows is the concrete. And the color to me seems to be a little flat in both. Otherwise -beautiful. :thumbup:
     
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    Well, The owl I was pretty far away from because I shot that one in the wild from the side of a tree (very tough shot), I'd say around 175mm at 1/600.

    The eagle was free moving but he was injured, being just rescued out of the wilderness that day. He was in town being transported to the vet. The rescuer stopped for a moment to try and explain since so many people were curious. I snapped a shot about 12 feet away.

    And yes, they are relatively flat because I did not edit, tweak either of them. I took it with a point and shoot on Tv.
     

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