Out at the pond...C&C please.

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Went out to a local pond today and took some pictures. Would love some C&C. Thanks.

1. ISO 200
1/80 sec @ f/5.3
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2. ISO 200
1/1250 @ f/5.6
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3. ISO 200
1/80 sec @ f/5.0
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when I said crop I mean tight framing. Sometimes I lack the words to express what my mind wants to say :)

The pics are clear but the composition is lacking any substance. A pic of a duck is ok, a pic of a duck alone in the corner of a wooded pond says something. You know what I mean?
 
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when I said crop I mean tight framing. Sometimes I lack the words to express what my mind wants to say :)

The pics are clear but the composition is lacking any substance. A pic of a duck is ok, a pic of a duck alone in the corner of a wooded pond says something. You know what I mean?

Yea, I understand. It was really hard to get any wide open shots because it was fairly crowded today for some reason.
 

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Try to get lower. Sometimes the biggest difference can be made by laying on the ground or crouching lower.
 
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Try to get lower. Sometimes the biggest difference can be made by laying on the ground or crouching lower.

I thought about that as well, but the ground was pretty muddy where I was at. I was crouching in the first picture. Thanks for your suggestion. I really appreciate it.
 

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