Vlad the Impailer (Heron)

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  1. s_linste

    s_linste TPF Noob!

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    Haven't posted in a while. THe whites are a little hot on this, but it's a cool pose so I'll post it anyway.

    Scott

    500mm f4, nikon f100, sensia 100, all hidden inside an ice fishing cabin

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  2. spako

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    WOW! great shot! I really love the expression of the fish! poor thing...
     
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    You caught a great moment! Well, not so great for the fish, who looks quite startled. :shock:

    I'm guessing you had to act quickly here, because I'm sure he gobbled up that fish within a few moments.

    Wonderful DOF and exposure....I agree the whites are borderline here, but it's not hurting the image overall IMO. :thumbup:
     
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    It looks computer rendered almost. Crazy shot. Good job.
     
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    spectacular shot Scott!
     
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    That's one awwwwwesome image, Scott. Love the detail you captured.
     

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