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  1. Photosensitive

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    Are you able to tone down the saturation in the green? It's bright and takes away from the deer. But my goodness that's a lot of deer!
     
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    I agree, the picture is too saturated. What lens did you use? My attempts at deer have not been too successful - as you say they are watchful!

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    i will do that; actually the flora there was lush green; i did not do nay selective saturation there...thank you very much :)
     
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    Thank you; the lens was canon 55-250; this was not from a deep forest; but from a road side that bisects a forest; as soon as i could click two or three the group withdrew in to the jungle; they look evidently disturbed by my encroachment ;)
     

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