Squirrel

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  1. ben306

    ben306 TPF Noob!

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    Took the long way home on Friday and walked through the parks and along the waterfront to try and mess with the camera properly after only owning it for 24hrs, managed to get a few pictures Im chuffed with, C&C's welcome, just want to progress with it now.

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  2. Samanax

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    Cute pictures, but a bad time of day to be shooting (between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm the sun is very strong and you get very harsh light to work with). When possible, stick to the shaded areas so that you don't have the harsh light to deal with (as in picture #4). Look at picture #2 and you can see the difference between harsh sunlight and the light quality you would have in the shade...the grass on the bottom of the picture looks terrible while the grass on the top looks very nice.

    #4 is the best of the bunch. Although the subject is centered in the frame, the diagonal of the branch is making the picture less static and more interesting to look at. Fill-flash would have helped lighten the black squirrel.
     

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