|Copyright: Andre Roy (paroy) (170)|
|Date Taken: 2004-03-26|
|Camera: Sony DSC-V1|
|Exposure: f/4, 1/250 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2004-08-02 16:33|
|Favorites: 1 [view]|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Ces belles bêtes étaient très farouches et ne se laissaient pas approcher sans crainte.|
|To Robbrown: Deer||paroy
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Welcome to TN Andre, nice first post the front deer is well sharp, the back one is a little soft though, F4 should be more like F8 to get it in as well as it is so close to the other.
The notes are a little too brief for normal TN posting, the language you post in is not a problem we can all use one of the translators to understand it. so no problem. Looking forward to your next post.
Très beau cadrage de ces biches et cela paraît incroyable qu'elles se laissaient approcher sans crainte. Bravo, André!
Nice picture with good composition, I see that you had a little exposure problem with the very bright snow behind.
I think that you should crop the picture in the bottom a little higher, let say exactly above the legs of the second deer.
- [2004-08-03 4:05]
Well Andre nice to see you here, wellcome.
Very good first photo you send us, very good composition, good colours, nice depth in it, very good job.
- [2004-08-03 15:27]
It's a good one Andre, What are they looking at? It would be very nice if you included some notes. The snow is a little bright but not enough to ruin the picture. Nice composition and I like Elroyie's workshop.
- [2004-08-03 16:43]
One cannot help but to wonder what the are looking at. This is a nice setting and the detail is good. I have two problems with this namely:
1. The deer is in the middle of the capture - I would have cropped it so that the deer would have been on the left and left more space on the right where they are looking to.
2. A note would have supported the image well - I love the notes as they help me to learn about your world.
Overall i like this capture