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a mixed bag.
the mandrill is the best, imo, for the sharpness and color rendition but the color noise in background could have been depressed and the beard not clipped.
 
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Mixed bag?...What do you mean? Please explain...
It's a project of mine called "Fauna faces"...
As in terms of sharpness I didn't see any problems with any of em...but maybe my 4k monitor tricked me..
The Mandril is impossible to cut differently so I had to sacrifice the less important part for me...As for the background ...i believe is just a matter of taste and maybe creative eyes...i saw lightings in that wall cracks so I liked it that way...
Thanks again. Good points.
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I meant a mixed bag in that I think that some are well done with a good attempt at framing and creating a memorable photo
and others are just pictures.
Working with subjects that everyone has seen a hundred times, there is a pretty high barrier to getting some new interesting and/or colorful. I like the Mandrill the most, the warthog (if it was framed tighter to emphasize the repetition) and the others not so much.
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