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    Re: Velvet, lace, and horns

    Just beautiful. Can't really see his face in the last one, but it doesn't bother me.

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    Nice one's james. I like all the extra junk, on the bases of the second one.

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    Re: Velvet, lace, and horns

    Hi James, I like the composition of #1 it shows of his headgear to great effect. The only thing that catches my eye is the black dot to the left of his ear.

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    Re: Velvet, lace, and horns

    Thanks Clive ! now it bugs me too... Thanks all I was worried they were too noisy, I f I remember correctly I was shooting a pretty high iso due to dim light and heavy mist.

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    Re: Velvet, lace, and horns

    Quote Originally Posted by jamn4ex View Post
    Thanks Clive ! now it bugs me too... Thanks all I was worried they were too noisy, I f I remember correctly I was shooting a pretty high iso due to dim light and heavy mist.
    Hi James,

    They are fine for noise.

    Well done,

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    Re: Velvet, lace, and horns

    Now it bothers me too. I noticed the fencing, but immediately dismissed it --at first. . . .

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    Re: Velvet, lace, and horns

    Great photos of a magnificent beast, James. (But could you add a blank line between each pair of images, so that the three are not merged together.)

    Philip

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    Re: Velvet, lace, and horns

    I really like that first one. The pose is nice and I like that you didn't crop in too tightly as I tend to do with animals. This really works showing some of his environment. (and I never saw the black dot until it was pointed out)

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    Re: Velvet, lace, and horns

    Gretchen the fence doesnt bother me , Its part of his habitat. I looked on the original and the black spot is a bug/fly.Phiip when I load the pics I put 6 spaces inbetween them I dont know why they crowd each other. Thanks Terri I crop a little tighter when i shoot them in the woods due to lots of unwanted branches.

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