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Squirrel Pose

Squirrel Pose
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Copyright: Nicole Gaschke (Nic-n-Jen_Inc) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 13 W: 1 N: 10] (58)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-03-08
Categories: Mammals
Camera: Canon EOS Rebel XTi, Canon EF 70-210mm 1:4, Sunpak 58mm Circular Polarizer
Exposure: f/4, 1/200 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2008-03-18 19:50
Viewed: 3758
Points: 2
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The Gold Gate Park in San Francisco is host to all kinds of animals. The squirrels do their special little pose to give you time to take multiple photos of them. I think this little guy was actually waiting for a tip. ;-)

*in trying to adjust for out of focus, I've overprocessed.

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To CeltickRanger: Great Tip!!Nic-n-Jen_Inc 1 03-20 07:13
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hello Nicole

thank's to your critique on my last Gray Squirrel posting,
i love your image even if the composition it is not top,
excellent POV and in the framing i love that you kept
a good space in front of the squirrel, on your critique Nicole
your are talking to shoot with a tripod, certainly it is the best way,
i personally never use a tripod and my camera has not
image stabilizer, at the place of the tripod Nicole
i try to shoot always at higher speed, but you need
a good light condition,

i shoot my image at ISO400, like you, your aperture is F4,
my'ne is F4.3, where it change Nicole is that my shutter speed
is at 1/3000 seconds (maybe it is too much), your shutter speed
is 1/200 seconds, to compansate the image stabilzer that we
don't have i always shoot at higher speed, try to shoot at
higher speed with your flash open on bad light condition
and with ISO400, i am not an expert Nicole but it is the way i go
to to compansate the image stabilzer that i don't have



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