Some nature shots of mine, check them out

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  1. THPhotos

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    here are some shots I have done that I thought I would share. I am not a pro, which I am still learning.
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    Above is a southeastern kentucky elk bull
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    Above is one of the free wild horses that roam the fields in southeastern kentucky.
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    the photo above is of one of the many wild horses that roam in southeastern kentucky where the elk view area is.
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    a bumble bee in a flower
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    Above is a young wild horse sunbathing
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  2. Shipman

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    I really like the one of the rhinos. The only other one that really grabs my attention is the raccoon.
     
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    With a couple of exceptions your subject is always smack dab center of the image. Might want to read up a bit on composition. A good place to start is Here.

    On a couple that have a lot of solid light-colored background your subject is underexposed. Might want to read up a bit on how metering systems work. A good place to start is Here.
     
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    The raccoon is my favourite, it's interesting as it has the structure around him to fill the scene. I agree with SCraig that you need to try positioning your subject off center for some of your shots, adds variation and interest.
     
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    Liked the raccoon :) nice shot.
    I see you have an artistic eye, why don't you make something like this?
    With your variety of photos it could be a great thing to do.
     
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    A little heavy with the post processing IMO. Use less vignette and sharpening/definition boost. You have the right idea though. keep developing your eye.
     
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    First one is my fave! Really like the PP.
     

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