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Good Day to all

Many thanks for all your lovey C & C's on my last upload, its all very much appreciated. I have not been online a lot lately as I have my Mam staying with me for a while, will catch up soon to do some voting. Hope everyone has a good day.
Photo taken at Raby Castle County Durham.

Camera:Nikon D50 Check out Nikon Nation!
Lens:18 - 55 mm Sigma
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:His Lordship's Deer
Username:borrower borrower
Uploaded:20 Aug 2010 - 12:54 PM
Tags:Animals, Deer, General, Green pasture, Landscape / travel, Raby castle grounds, Trees, Wildlife / nature
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andylea
andylea e2 Member 537 forum postsandylea vcard United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
20 Aug 2010 - 1:35 PM

two wonderful captures louise wonderful colour and detail v1 for me today nice one Wink
andy

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Roly
Roly  7 Wales
20 Aug 2010 - 1:40 PM

Two good 'uns Louise.V1 for me.

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ChrisStyles
20 Aug 2010 - 11:57 PM

Nice too see you back,
Chris.

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Suehh
Suehh e2 Member 739 forum postsSuehh vcard England6 Constructive Critique Points
21 Aug 2010 - 11:07 PM

Two lovlies!

Sue

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morpheus1955
morpheus1955 e2 Member 7morpheus1955 vcard United Kingdom2 Constructive Critique Points
22 Aug 2010 - 12:29 AM

Good morning Louise.

Two lovely images, beautifully composed and captured, good to see you back.

Hugh

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LexEquine
LexEquine  8 United States19 Constructive Critique Points
22 Aug 2010 - 11:30 PM

Two very nice pin-sharp & finely-colored captures of the lovely Deer. It is nice, "as Hugh said," to see You back on the EPZ site. Missed you. Regards...Peter

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rpba18205
rpba18205 e2 Member 4rpba18205 vcard United Kingdom4 Constructive Critique Points
23 Aug 2010 - 10:29 AM

Two super shots.
Rob

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Jekaro
Jekaro e2 Member 5Jekaro vcard United Kingdom
23 Aug 2010 - 2:31 PM

Two fantastic images, Louise, wonderful colour and details, both deserve a vote.
Roy

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sparklep
sparklep  7146 forum posts1 Constructive Critique Points
25 Aug 2010 - 11:28 PM

Great capture.

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Brilane
Brilane e2 Member 7Brilane vcard Wales12 Constructive Critique Points
30 Aug 2010 - 2:54 PM

Lovely scenes, well taken.
Brian

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dianah
dianah  724471 forum posts United Kingdom4 Constructive Critique Points
6 Sep 2010 - 9:33 AM

Wonderful shot..to be able to view so many at once.
Di

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metro074
metro074 e2 Member 4metro074 vcard Australia8 Constructive Critique Points
15 Sep 2010 - 2:12 PM

Superb images. Well done
CArol

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Cor
Cor  5 Belgium
4 Oct 2010 - 3:24 PM

V1 Lovely +++++
cor

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DRicherby
DRicherby  5269 forum posts United Kingdom725 Constructive Critique Points
12 Oct 2010 - 12:56 PM

Groups of animals can be difficult because it's hard to find a composition with a nice focal point, especially as deer often seem to string out in a line. In both cases, the stag with his head up is an obvious candidate but he gets a little lost in all that's going on. In this case, I think a longer lens (around the 200mm mark) would help to isolate him. It would also help to cut out the bright sky, which is causing exposure problems in #2.

There's quite a big white balance problem with #1 — the fluorescent cyan sky is a dead give-away. Auto white-balance has probably seen the brown deer and decided that you're in very orange light, which it has tried to correct for. Setting the colour temperature to about 6200K gives a more natural-looking image and brings out the colour of the deer more, too.

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