Zoo pictures C&C please

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  1. Hock

    Hock TPF Noob!

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    Went to the San Diego Zoo recently
    Let me know how I can improve
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  2. manaheim

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    I dislike zoo pictures myself, just because it feels like you're shooting fish in a barrel (only with a camera instead of a gun) :). That being said...

    1. The first shot has a cuteness to it. I went "awwww... cute." Literally. :)
    2. Several of the shots (notably first and last) are soft- looks like you may have missed the focus. A bit of a sharpening pass will improve it some.
    3. When doing zoo shots, try to do your best to minimize any obviously man-made or man-placed objects (fences, burlap sacks, Xbox 360s, etc.) :)
     
  3. EhJsNe

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    You do a very good job.

    The only thing that I have to say is avoid man made objects. But that was already said....so after a biut of thinking, i thought of playing with different lenses.

    The distortion could be cool, or it could be stupid looking. A wide variety of lenses are always fun to have.
     

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