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5 Jan 2013 11:37AM
Lovely light. Well captured.

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WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
5 Jan 2013 12:03PM
The sunlit parts of the animal on v2 against the shady hillside and vice versa makes the deer stand out from the background so well. For composition, I do like the tradition thirds and looking to the viewer's right, of v2 as well. v1 I would prefer reversed for that reason.

Dave
Joline Plus
9 27 52 United States
5 Jan 2013 12:12PM
V1 is fantastic. Even the hairs show in detail against that dark ground. I quite like the way he is facing, it adds a sense of mystery to the image. The light of course is wonderful.
fantasick shots well done. christineGrinGrinGrinGrin
great shot - Brian
JuBarney Plus
4 18 3 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2013 7:56PM
Super shots esp. V1
Ju
Glostopcat Plus
10 255 2 England
5 Jan 2013 10:41PM
Two fine shots of this handsome fallow fellow, he certainly is a majestic animal
ugly Plus
8 5 57 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2013 6:19AM
V1 is a stunning sharp image...
Great detail and a great comp...
Very well taken...

Dave
cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
10 Jan 2013 8:44AM
V1 - he has that look in the eye that says don't you dare come any closer!!SmileSmile...my pref is for V2

would be interested to know - did you preset your iso or did you let the camera do that in A mode? Smile
philhomer 5 63 32 England
10 Jan 2013 10:35AM

Quote:V1 - he has that look in the eye that says don't you dare come any closer!!SmileSmile...my pref is for V2

would be interested to know - did you preset your iso or did you let the camera do that in A mode? Smile



i never allow the camera to make this sort of decision - ISO is one of the fundamentals of the initial set-up and if left to the camera it could cause all manner of issues. i will send you detailed information privately rather than bore everyone else to tears.

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