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    A few more mule deer - composition emphasis

    These deer stayed around long enough for me to move around and think about composition and background. For the bucks, the light was low so I was at my camera's max 1600 ISO so they are noisy.

    Technically, I think #1 is the best overall.

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    Re: A few more mule deer - composition emphasis

    Nice set. I do like them all.

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    Re: A few more mule deer - composition emphasis

    Thanks, Bobo!

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    Re: A few more mule deer - composition emphasis

    As Bobo wrote...nice set Terri. I like all three. I do not see much noise, just because you had to use ISO 1600 does not mean noise. The noise would most likely be in the shadow areas and doesn't show much if the areas are kept dark.

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    Re: A few more mule deer - composition emphasis

    Hi Terri,
    no noise visabe on my screen, just some very nice shots. Well done.

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    Re: A few more mule deer - composition emphasis

    Thanks Joe and John for the compliments.

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