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    I don't like the vignetting on the first one, but other than that awesome shots all around..:1247:
     
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    Great set
     
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    For me, 3 and 4 are the best. I agree with the vignette detracting from the first. What are the primates? They look like some type of baboons?
     
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    Gelada Baboon
     
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    All four of them?

    o.k., #2 is framed somewhat better, but the others could have been better by a better choice of frame. (Vertical rather than horizontal)

    #1 The reason you added the vignetting is because you should have held the camera in portrait orientation, but you didn't, so now you have to add gobs of vignette to compensate.

    #2 A little too much space above their heads.

    #3 You cropped a man's head. It's easy enough to show you how I would have cropped this one:

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    #4 portrait orientation would have improved this one.
     

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