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  1. Ecas32

    Ecas32 TPF Noob!

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    sorry dont really got a story for this shot.... just snapped off a few while he was there.

    1/125 f5.6 iso800
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    anything you synth TPF Noob!

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    in my opinion, i think a crop might do a great deal of justice in this photo. You did a great job with the focus, but i think there's just too much boring space around the subject.
     
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    Looks great man. I think the shot is perfect. If you were to crop it like mentioned above, I'd cut off the right side.
     
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    Beautiful photo! I agree with the crop idea, but love as is regardless.
     
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    i tried the crop and see if i liked it better, but i like the original excersizing the rule of thirds
     
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    the squirrell could be framed a little more to the right....but its still a really cool squirrell shot!
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    You can still maintain your RoT by cropping out the space that is not contributing. You just place its head on the other grid line.

    5x7 crop

    8x10 crop

    square crop


    As you have it, the photo is weighted all on the left and seems unbalanced.

    Cool shot though.

    Just my 2ยข.
     
  8. Ecas32

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    ok i like the square crop you had an example of.
    i need to change that as soon as i can........
     
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    alright finally got a cance to fix the crop.

    does anybody have any critique about the photo besides the crop?

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    Very Nice shot!
     

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