Trip to the zoo

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  1. soul.glo

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    I like the second one, for some reason it just makes me laugh
     
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    First shot is super cool! Very different.
     
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    I agree I love the first shot, it has this 'predatory' feel to it and a strong sense of movement.

    I also like shot of the rooster, the vignette suits it well lol.
     
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    The first shot looks different but I like it.
     
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    Thanks guys. Thought I would make best out of a tiger that could not stand still. The goat shot makes me laugh as well, such an ugly face.
     
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    2,3 and 7 shot that you defintaly looking with a good eye - some more practice in the field and I think you will be onto a great thing! Shots are a little oversaturated and contrasty for my liking, though I can see the style aspect at play.

    Must say I think the last shot is the best of the set, the different colouring works well and brings out the details in his eyes - a tricky shot since the sunlight is cauing blowouts, but dispite this you did get the darker areas to expose enough to show their details - so I think it was right to sacrifice the highlights for that added detail.
    The only way I know to have tried to go and not get the blowouts would have been to expose for them and then use fill flash to brighten the rest of the shot
     

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