Some of My Nature Photos

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  1. ooglenoser

    ooglenoser TPF Noob!

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    I am new here, by the way. :wink:

    Some of my nature photos, most were taken at zoos and aquariums but some were not :wink: :

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    Burrowing Owl

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    Red Octopus

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    Black-tailed Praire Dog

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    Steller's Jay

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    Bat-eared Fox

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    Rock Dove

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    Polar Bear

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    Squirrel (I think it maybe an Eastern Gray)

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    Mexican Wolf

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    Bald Eagle

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    Squirrel (I think it maybe an Eastern Gray)

    I will post more in a few moments.

    Please comment! :wink:
     
  2. tirediron

    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Welcome to the forum. Good effort, however not without a few exposure/contrast/saturation issues. If you would like critique on specific images, please post no more than five images at a time and limit their size to 800 pixels on the longest side.
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    ooglenoser TPF Noob!

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    Oh, sorry, I am a noob here and a noob at taking photos. Sorry. :sad anim:
     
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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    No worries; if you just want to show your photos, that's fine, but generally those who post in this forum want critique in order to improve. To provide good constructive ctritque takes at least a minute or two per image, so by limiting the number you post, the person providing the critique doesn't spend all of his/her time on one person's images, and you get a better critique.
     

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