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  1. #1

    Default Local Zoo Photography - pic heavy


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    I get a yearly pass to the privately owned local zoo, it is by no means up with the funded zoo size, but i love it out there. Getting the opportunity to take photos of different animal types is great!
    Some of my favorite shots







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    Love the dingo! And that's a great shot of the Macaw.

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    Last lot lol







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    18-55mm F3.5-5.6 SAM lens
    55-200mm F4-5.6 SAM lens

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    Fantastic pics, thanks f0r sharing!
    When in d0ubt read it until it makes sense, then read it again!

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    Stunning photography! I love the pics of the Lion and snake in the last post. Hope you share more later. =]
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    Fabulous pics!!! Love the first one, an emu (?) and the full face frontal of the lion, with the gold sleepy eyes.
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    I'm not sure if you're looking for critique, but these are the few things that immediately jump out at me.

    Very much like the first shot of the emu - this is where selective grayscale work is impressive. I don't think it works very well with the others though (sorry).
    The macaw shot is lovely, but your Photoshopping is very obvious. Lots of clone work in that one I can see.
    I really like the llama shot. The dingo shot is also very nice, although something is distracting me on the right.

    Really nice portfolio, I'd like to see more.
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    There is a nice private z00 in Mendon, Massachusetts named Southwick z00. We br0ught the kids there 0nce and it was really a w0nderful place, I fell in l0ve with the baby capybaras and wanted t0 smuggle 0ne 0ut! I l0ve guinea pigs and they remind me 0f en0rm0us guinea pigs, L0L. I wish I had the ph0t0graphy skillz t0 whip 0ff a few sh0ts like these, there.
    When in d0ubt read it until it makes sense, then read it again!

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