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    Nice animals montana,that first pic beautiful

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    ok.. there they are. Fire away. I know my goat has some quality issues. I was by myself and its such a fun game running back and forth with the timer
    Last edited by Montana; 04-05-2014 at 10:17 AM.

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    Great pics Montana - I agree completely that the photographs are a huge part of the hunt. Your pics are a great example of how some of the easiest things can improve most people's pics a ton - i.e., using a fill flash, cleaning off the blood, clearing the vegetation in front of the animal, getting shots that include some landscape, focus, subject status, framing/cropping etc. Way harder to pull off with a self timer!

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    Thanks Bruin... as I sort through the 100 or so pics I can usually find 1 that work. Haha.

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    Dan and i will take some time to comment soon. We are both rather swamped the next couple of days.

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    Nice animals and pics Montana.

    Out of curiosity, did you have to do much post processing?

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    Montana,

    All excellent photos. Everyone of those could be used in a feature piece in one capacity or another.

    Since it was brought up I will mention one thing, don't manipulate your images with photoshop or any other program prior to sending them in. Let the publications designers work with the raw image. Often times images that are already manipulated are twice as hard to work with to get it to look right as they have to undo what you did and rebuild it. So please send the raw images with your story.

    Nice work Montana!
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    Very nicly done Montana, I really like the first pic!

 

 

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