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..............full frame or cropped ?
Cropped for me, but either is ok in its own right.
The deer is pin sharp and feels really close. I prefer the full frame because of the the way the antlers echo the trees and the feeling of depth and context from more background but both are great.
Fantastic capture.v2 is my favorite,
Nicely in focus Trev. Like both
Full Frame leaves the stag in the scene, and it's nicely crisp.
V2 for me, its gets rid of the fields and gives it a bit more 'in the wild' look
Stunning shot, Trev. V2 is for me as shows the beautiful camouflage and sharp eyes.
Thanks for the excellent thought provoking comments everyone. I'ts nice to know that both shots work, i wanted to include the landscape as in V1 and on processing thought the green fields could be distracting hence the crop but then that takes away the landscape and i'm left with the stag!. I have the same problem when photographing low angled vistas with prominent rocks in the foreground which leaves me with a close up of a rock and the glorious distant landscape can become lost. So it's important to capture the image you first envisiged and liked with a plan 'B' just in case. Thanks again happy snapping !!
You still have incorporated a lot of the environment in V2 which is the clear fav IMO
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