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Hope he knows it's hunting season.
Hope he knows it's hunting season.
jimsapp


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Challenge: Free Study 2007-09 (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Quantaray AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 High-Speed for Canon EOS
Location: Golden Colorado
Date: Sep 14, 2007
Aperture: f-9.0
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/640
Date Uploaded: Sep 27, 2007

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Place: 279 out of 503
Avg (all users): 5.7231
Avg (commenters): 6.1538
Avg (participants): 5.6364
Avg (non-participants): 6.0000
Views since voting: 530
Views during voting: 180
Votes: 130
Comments: 16
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10/05/2007 09:31:59 PM
Beautiful animal. I wonder what ISO you used. Perhaps a higher ISO would've sharpened the photo overall.
10/05/2007 01:28:04 PM
run baby run - 9
10/05/2007 12:17:23 PM
I hope he does too, because I'm sure someone would rather see his head on their wall rather than here in this photo. I hunt, but I don't trophy hunt, and I hope that this guy makes it through the winter. Beautiful capture, the colors are beautiful.
10/04/2007 12:23:39 PM
Oh, that's a HARSH title! LOL!!! Majestic animal, great capture! At least you know you "shot" him first!
10/04/2007 12:29:23 AM
avg vote, i like the head and the fur beneath the chin, the rest looks like it just finished swimming through a lake ( damn wildlife not showering before a photo shoot :P ) The shadow from his antler makes his face appear dark. Think would work better landscape as it would flow more with his body shape, looks a little squished in portrait.
10/03/2007 11:53:50 PM
Wow! Now that's a buck! The grasses seem oversharpened to me, but he is so compelling to look at it isn't too distracting.
10/03/2007 07:22:26 PM
Great capture, but the image looks a bit oversharpened to my eye.
10/03/2007 05:30:31 PM
Oh, nicely captured! Which acting school did thid deer go to? - he certainly knows how to pose. Wildlife photography is often characterised by shallow depths of field to isolate the subject from its surroundings, but your choice of a small aperture giving the widest possible dof was, I am sure, the right one. The even texture of the grass as a backdrop is spot on, my only tiny, tiny nag is a very small patch between the nose and the left hand edge of the frame which my eye seems to have a fascination with!
10/01/2007 09:47:08 PM
Grass looks noisy, but that can be difficult. I love how he's looking right at the camera.
10/01/2007 07:57:02 PM
Nice Bull
10/01/2007 05:18:33 PM
Very cool capture, love the pose. Seems a bit contrasty and harsh, could be because of the light.
10/01/2007 04:13:43 PM
I really like the composition and colors here. Your title made me laugh. :)
10/01/2007 01:42:24 PM
nice capture. Without seeing/knowing the area around him: showing some the environment support his alterness.
10/01/2007 12:54:22 PM
Very sharp with rich colors. I like the soft texture of the elk against the grass.
10/01/2007 07:08:33 AM
Amazing animal, well captured. The lighting unfortunately is quite harsh, in these cases I am often likely to convert to B&W which is more forgiving.
10/01/2007 06:55:20 AM
Very nice rack on that one - and I really like the grasses as the background - sets him apart nicely.


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