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  1. jeremyboycool

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    On number 4 you may not realize it but you've just seen otter porn.

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    they are all pretty grainy.. is that film scanned?
    #1, The composition of this shot is great, love how they overlap,
    #2, Great idea, instead of getting the WHOLE elephant you use only to the eye:)
    #3 is really cute! I want a Meerkat :(
    #4 uhm... Texture and the flow is good? lol
    #5 Shame you cut his tail off tbh, never the less, you got him on his best side i would say!
    #6 is really, really grainy!
    #7 is stunning, I love the silhouette, without that person, this shot wouldn't be half as good!
    Personally (after leaving the location and looking at the pics) i would have thought to wait for fish to go into the frame in #7


    GO OTTER PORN!!!
     
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    I agree they're very noisy. Do you know what ISO you were at? I don't see that in the exif data.

    Number 7 is definitely my favorite.
     
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    Thanks for the input guys.

    Uuilliam, 6 is super grainy; it is a garbage picture, I still like it though, not sure why but I just keep looking at it.

    With number 7 that was the sea lion tank and I would have loved to get a good shot with one in it. But they were sun bathing, one only jump in the water long enouhg to cool off. That's why the muck in the water got kicked up and that is way you can see the sun rays in the tank. We came back 10 mins later and the water had settled, so no more rays.

    Thanks for all the feedback Uuilliam
     
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    Goontz, I know the noise it a problem. But then I am not a photographer; I am just a dude with a point and shoot camera, that likes to take pictures. I'll keep noise in mind though; thanks for the feedback. I would guess ISO 400 or 800 on most pictures.
     
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    I understand; still very cool shots. If you're able to adjust the ISO on your camera, it might help with that noise.
     
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    I really 3, 4 and 7. Wondering if you sharpened them. I found if I sharpen an already darkish picture it gets nasty grainy. If you select and sharpen only the subject many times they come out quite acceptable.
     

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