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    Hiya,
    this is my second post in critique corner
    please kindly improve me.
    taken on a slight cloudy afternoon at 1/200,f7.1 iso200 at the zoo
    ps done only to crop and increase the exposure slightly


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    Hi there,

    Have a feeling there is a little too much space at the bottom. Personally I would like it cropped midway at the stone below.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muvouser View Post
    Hi there,

    Have a feeling there is a little too much space at the bottom. Personally I would like it cropped midway at the stone below.
    Hmmmm...I wanted to express like it was meditating on top of a stone thats y i chose the tall crop..but point noted as i also felt that the original crop was awkward
    will this do......?


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    feel abit soft....by the way, what len are you using?...zooming at what lenght?

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    I was using the kit lens at 55 mm

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    I like the second piccie, you improved the composition.

    I also like how the similar tones and shades are reflected in the monkey & wall.

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    Hi, maybe less dof will be better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manda View Post
    I like the second piccie, you improved the composition.

    I also like how the similar tones and shades are reflected in the monkey & wall.
    thanks Manda,
    Actually i wanted to name it camourflage, i was attracted to how the ape blends together with the background

    Quote Originally Posted by alpha8 View Post
    Hi, maybe less dof will be better.
    hello alpha8,
    will note your point,time to save up for better lens.

    thanks for all your comments

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