Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by mltran, Feb 9, 2009.
Please let me know what you think.
Good shot nice sharpness to it and the snow is not blown out......
Awesome shot, where was this taken at?
NIce shot! Good exposure in tough conditions!
It was at the Minnesota Zoo
his paws - you cut his paws off! ( and yes I have done that many a time as well!)
I think it would look a little better if you crop the top off a bit - the snow there is dead space and is not where my eye wants to look - it wants to look at the cat.
good shot overall and great exposure in a tricky situation (snow and sunlight)
LOL I didn't even notice I cut off his paws.
That's amazing! Nice job with the highlights.
yah its really easily done:
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I think what it is is that when you photograph wildilfe you always tend to focus right on on the face of the animal - and sadly it is often the case that we don't have enough focal range to get a face portrate shot of an animal - but we still go as close as we can (and then bits round the edges get cut off).
Its something one has to practice - taking a step back and properly framing the whole shot and the animal. One can get away cutting the back end of an animal in with hte right pose though
Beautiful Picture of the tiger
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