Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by Kawi_T, Nov 23, 2008.
Tell me you went to a wild animal park.
Tell me you did not get this close to deer living out in the woods!
Else I'd end up envying you to the max for this opportunity to get so close to them.
The photos as such are so-so.
First is very centred (cropping in pp to arrive at a more pleasing composition is an option). Second is nice, whole animal within the frame, and animal close ... but - other deer in the background, seemingly merging into the body of the near one. A pity. Feet cropped in both of the following, SUCH pity, and the eye of the deer in 3 almost RIGHT in the centre of the photo ... not sure in what way cropping could rescue that composition, since you'll always have to cut through his legs, and that ... hurts.
The last could have been the best of the bunch, if it weren't for his hind legs cut off at his feet ... and other than that, this photo is begging for some post processing in order to increase the contrasts and let it appear less "milky".
nice shots! That first one is a nice buck
The last one is my favorite but unfortunately the feet are cut of in the picture. However, I would consider playing with the Brightness and Contrast Values on the pics. Here is an example:
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