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justin c's Activity

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Fields of Gold

Fields of Gold by JohnoP

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Grey Squirrel

Grey Squirrel by SurreyHillsMan

I love the way the squirrel is spotlit here and the lighting really brings out the texture and detail in the animals fur and the bark of the tree.


Roe Buck

Roe Buck by SurreyHillsMan

Doesn't get any better than this Jon and what a stunning setting too.



Alfie by MossyOak

Excellent pose caught mid stride and the eye contact is an added bonus. Is it a large crop? If not, it looks like the focus is slightly off and you've tried to compensate by applying too much sharpening, this has given a very 'gritty' over-sharpened look to the image, most evident in the grass surrounding the dog. Assuming the dog is sharp in the original image, a better option would be to reduce the level of sharpening applied, and preferably apply it selectively to just the dog. Just my 2 cents for what it's worth.


craggwildlife by Craggwildlife

The sharpness and pose is good but unfortunately it's a little over exposed resulting in blown whites on the birds face. Also, it would be worth trying to keep the lard more concealed if possible, giving a more pleasing and natural looking result,IMHO.

Kestrel Glance !

Kestrel Glance ! by WindowonWildlife

A bitingly sharp and crystal clear portrait.


Red Deer Stag

Red Deer Stag by philhomer

Quote: Now is this Wildlife?

Give him a pat on the head and he'll soon let you know just how wild and full of life he is !! GrinWink

I like the pose and the placement within the frame works quite well. I'm not so keen on the elevated viewpoint looking down towards the deer and would have preferred a more eye-level viewpoint. You've also got a strange dark halo around the top edge of his nose.


HEADDRESS by LeeFisher

Cracking shot.


Roaring Stag

Roaring Stag by rontear

Good one Ron. The dark and moody feel works well and the brown bracken gives the image that autumnal look.


Stalking Heron

Stalking Heron by WindowonWildlife

Great result. Pin sharp and the foliage lower left sets the scene perfectly.


Red Deer Stag

Red Deer Stag by SurreyHillsMan

As good as they come.


Red Stag

Red Stag by SurreyHillsMan

Love the way the foliage is framing the stag here.


Red Deer Stag

Red Deer Stag by SurreyHillsMan

A cracking result Jon.


Roe Buck

Roe Buck by SurreyHillsMan

A great action shot Jon and a beautiful setting.



Gotcha! by Steve_S

Great shot Steve.


Trust in Nature

Trust in Nature by MossyOak

A nice bit of interaction caught here and I like the light background colour. It would be better with a little less sharpening as the deer's face is beginning to look a little 'gritty' and there's quite a noticeable sharpening halo around the bird.

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