Two from the zoo. Whatdaya think?

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    Seems like a fun day at the zoo :)

    Keep shooting :thumbup:
     
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    the fish are pretty cool. seems like they are in the sky with the reflections. i would definitely crop out the tail and red thing at the top
     
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    So you went to a zoo and the most interesting animals there to photograph were goldfish?
     
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    And a Pelican! come on... credit where credit is due. :)
     
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    ha ha, I took more of monkeys, kangaroos, gorillas and other animals, but most of them were behind dirty glass an cages so they didn't look really good.

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    Posers. lol.
     
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    i love gorillas,nice shots.
     
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    I think the WB on the gorillas needs to be warmed up a little, at least on my monitor at work. They seem like they have a little too much blue in them.
     
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    Glass and cages are challenging, This article has some ideas for that, and zoo shooting in general: A Quick How-To Guide & Tips
     
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    Doesn't look bad.
     
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    the 2nd ape is the best shot out of them imo. you can tell its behind glass but ... some bring cleaner with them but i try to keep it simple myself.
     
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    I went to the zoo the other day. We were there for 3+ hours and I saw some birds, one polar bear, and some goats. Oh wait, there was also a cow.

    In some places, you can walk down the street and see that. Like my home town. We even has some llamas a few houses down.
     

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