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    Yearling moose calf

    This moose calf has been hanging around all winter mostly, with his mom. She disappeared, run down I fear as it seemed to early to kick him off when she stopped coming around. *UPDATE* This young moose is probably in his second year. The cow and calf are fine. In fact the cow was on my front...
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    Snow Load

    Saw this shed while driving today. It's about he size of a regular detached garage, and the snow is about 4 foot deep around it. My perspective is limited to the street most likely as the owner appears to enjoy his/her privacy based on other indications. I was wondering if I should return...
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    Icicle fun

    So I went out to shoot some photos of the moose that hangs out around my house, but he didn't cooperate and bedded down behind some spruce trees. While I was out I decided to try and do some macro shots of an icicle dripping. It only took about 160 photos to get this: Icicle Dripping by...
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    Eye of birch

    I particularly enjoy surrealist art and today decided to shoot photos and compose a surrealistic image from them as a learning exercise. So here is my first ever attempt. It's not much and not perfect (I wish I had a woodpecker in the yard today too) but anyway, I like it. Please feel free...
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    Moose Orbs

    Hey somebody call Lightspeed I captured Moose Orbs! ;) Maybe its laying eggs? :lmao: MooseOrb by davesnothere11, on Flickr
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    Moose in the yard

    Had a moose in the yard today when I got home today. 2-6-12--DSC_0029_008 by davesnothere11, on Flickr 2-6-12--DSC_0014_006 by davesnothere11, on Flickr And this one I like but I blew out he background on the exposure when I left spot meter on, any suggestions to fix it would be...
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    Mystery Macro 1/31

    Here's a little mystery macro to keep you guessing. Please ignore the slight bit of chromatic aberration? I now know why magnification filters are not so good.:confused: Mystery Macro by davesnothere11, on Flickr
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    In need of suggesions for improving product shots

    Here is a collage of some product shots I have done for my wife. She makes "suncatchers" and wanted me to do photos for her to post on a website. I am wondering if I could get suggestions to improve my efforts. I used a light box with fleece background with clamp lights and GE Reveal lightbulbs...
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    Winter adventure C&C if you like

    Went out to do some winter shots and a little snowshoeing today. This first shot was on the way: #1 winter boat by davesnothere11, on Flickr these next two are bunkers left over from a Cold War Nike Missile sight: #2 Bunker1 by davesnothere11, on Flickr #3 Bunker2 by davesnothere11, on...
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    Too cold to go out so ...

    I made my first try at shooting in manual today. Here are a few of the photographs that I thought were decent. Any C&C you have will be appreciated especially the brutally honest kind. So here they are: 1 Float by davesnothere11, on Flickr 2 Float Macro2 by davesnothere11, on Flickr 3...
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    New guy from Alaska

    Hello, I am newish to the site. So far I've been lurking for the most part absorbing the great information available here on the forum. I've been taking snapshots a long while trying to generate photographs. Recently I have upgraded to a Nikon D5100 to be able to hopefully learn to capture...
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    1st post, a little C&C on some pics

    Hello all. New here and been lurking round absorbing the great info (lots of it!!). While waiting for my Nikon D5100 to arrive, I toyed with (cropped, colors, & a bit of cloning) some point 'n shoot pics to get the hang of posting here. I was hoping for opinions on the following: #1 #2...
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