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Forums Critique Requests Cheetah

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  • #4461
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    Dennis Crabtree
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    Had pleasant day at Chester Zoo Wednesday and would like to share this photo’.

    Canon EOS 1100D, EF-S 55-250mm, 250mm, f/5.6, Tv 1/125, ISO 100, Natural Light

    #4462
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    meg cumming
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    Very very nice Dennis. Think this is the best you’ve shown us so far. Only comment is, is that another cheetahs leg or a tree branch in the background its quite distracting.

    If you were entering it in to club nature section comps, I know you’re nonly supposed to tweak a little. That is very very minor alterations, so take advice on this, it’d be ok in general. I think the club now would allow alterations in general catergories. For L&CPU comps though, unless its shot out in the wild it wouldn’t be allowed in nature section, which is a pity.

    Other than that its a beautiful shot. Well done indeed. Wish it were mine.

    #4463
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    D. Williams
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    A lovely shot Dennis.   I would burn or reduce the highlights  just lightly on the coat as it is fading away a bit but otherwise a very nice image.

    #4465
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    Dennis Crabtree
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    Thanks for the comments ladies, yes I must say it looks as though there is a branch coming out of its ear and I see what Dee means about the coat fading.

    This is me concentrating on the face and not the overall picture, a mistake I make all too often.

    #4473
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    Peter Robinson
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    I love the strong eye contact in this tightly framed shot Dennis. It makes it a powerful shot for me. Although you’ve used a wideish aperture of f5.6, the background is still recognisable. All you have to do is nip in and move the log. Simple!

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