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|I cropped this young doe close, and that does account for some of the noise. She was quite distant to me, but there was something about her stance that got my attention. She is filled with innocence here, something I suspect won't last long not only because of hunters, but also because of other predators around, one such as coyotes.|
The sun peered through the clouds and that accounts for some of the lighting, but mostly the day was dismal. I tossed out all the other shots because this is the only one I had any sort of lighting, and even then, I ditched a lot of the photo because she was my subject.
I shot in RAW, then converted to TIFF and finally jpeg.
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You are over worked and overly worried...I can tell...so you need to relax and enjoy yourslef...I think the positioning is good but why all of the conversions? From RAW to TIFF then to JPG? Overworked..Slow down and breath...
even if there is « digital noise » on your image,
i like it, when i saw the thumnail i said to myself
wath a cute animal lets clic on it to see the image
nice pic of a wonderful animal with good pov and framing
TFS and Happy New Year
I agree with Bob! Don't make this such a worry to you with so many apologies. Have fun with it... we all enjoy your images.
It is a cute photo with good POV. You are lucky to get shots - it has been extremely overcast and raining for over two weeks here in Central Ohio.
May I wish you a New Year filled with Peace, Happiness and many more shots like this one. TFS Thomas
A pretty little thing! :)
AND like the others said, quit worrying so much. This hobby is supposed to be fun, relaxing and spiritual. Remember, this is about your soul singing its song! :)