Three from Busch Gardens, Tampa.

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  1. Ratman667

    Ratman667 TPF Noob!

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    These were all taken on 6/12/2010.

    This first one was taken through glass using the built in camera flash. I cropped to remove a reflection. Only PP was levels and curves.

    F stop: f/4
    Iso: 100
    Shutter: 1/125

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    This one is slightly overexposed. I think I should have used a tighter crop to remove the random duck on the right.

    F stop: f/6.3
    Iso: 200
    Shutter: 1/60

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    The DOF on this one is all jacked up, but I still feel it is an interesting shot. I got a bit too close on this one and this guy cracked my UV filter when he pecked it. It was a cheap Ebay filter.

    F stop: f/6.3
    Iso: 200
    Shutter: 1/60

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    C&C is welcome as always. Don't hold back, just please, be clear if you are blunt.
     
  2. Schubs

    Schubs TPF Noob!

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    I like the third one. What is it? Is it a Dinosaur?
     
  3. Ratman667

    Ratman667 TPF Noob!

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    It was some kind of big bird. I forget what kind. It was about 2 feet tall. It might as well have been a dinosaur...
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    While the third my have technical flaws, it still is the one of these three that makes the viewer looks once, twice, three times ... and smile. It is so funny. And the way you captured this bird makes it look so different from what I guess it generally looked like (from the side or so). And there is INTERACTION with the photographer (see filter afterwards :biggrin: ) and consequently with the viewer! Very nice.

    As (almost) a snake owner (thery're my daughter's), I must like 1, too, of course. Glass and in-camera flash? Brave!
     
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    dak1b TPF Noob!

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    rofl thats what I was thinkin. :lmao:
     

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