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Bob Cat.

By Websjen
this was taken a couple of years back in yellow stone, i wish i had had lillian with me telling me iso and f stop and exposure level then this would have been so much better....
thanks for yesterday at bushy park great to see friends again....i will put picky on when i gather myself together....
great great day i did love Bushy park....

Tags: Winter Yellow stone Wildlife and nature

Voters: georgiepoolie, banehawi, BillRookery and 10 more


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dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1740 England
19 Sep 2016 2:22PM
The best way is to learn all about exposure for yourself, Jen...

I've just put a new blog entry up in EPZ about it, as I'm excited about a new book I've bought, which sets down what Michael Freeman does - and reading two pages and thinking 'That's what I do on a good day' meant i had to buy it and tell people what it says...
19 Sep 2016 6:38PM
i will take a look....thank you...because I'm trying so hard to understand and to be able to make that important decision before the shot has gone....all the very best
jenny
Lillian Plus
11 23 17 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2016 7:18PM
Lucky you Jenny... to have the opportunity to at least give this one a try
must have been cold!
was back there again today!! uploaded two
Glad you had a great time
dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1740 England
19 Sep 2016 7:23PM
Jenny -

It's a hurdle to get over: you have to grasp a few things al lat once, and as soon as you've done that, it gets simple. A bit like driving a car - when you start, there are so many things to learn and coordinate. Once you've done it, it seems simple. And exposure, and all the other technical concepts in photography, are rather the same.
19 Sep 2016 10:44PM
I just went on Amazon and got the book so thx will have a read all the best....
ddolfelin Plus
9 103 3 Wales
20 Sep 2016 5:17AM
Although I'm not any example to follow, it's a good idea to start with the camera instructions.
Lots of clues there of ways and means.
Having said that, I'd be quite pleased with your picture!
drbird 8 1 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2016 7:55AM
Nice image....most people never get to see a bobcat which makes this image even better Smile.

A good book is always a good starting point ....and then get out and shoot as often as you can. Training makes a good sports man and helps to make us ready to capture the special moment.
Gerhard

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