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watsonle 8 9 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2012 7:15AM
Fantastic detail. A great shot.

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helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2012 7:42AM
Beautifully isolated from the background Dven - excellent capture SmileSmile
CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
28 Oct 2012 7:56AM
A fine fella, Dven, beautiful image. Carol
bobsblues 6 10 2 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2012 8:00AM
Great shot Dven he's a real beauty.
28 Oct 2012 9:20AM
Well captured. Great DoF.
justin c 12 4.8k 36 England
28 Oct 2012 10:18AM
A well caught moment of the buck calling. I feel the composition would be much stronger had you allowed more room at the bottom of the frame for the legs. Even though the legs would be partially hidden by the bracken, it's often preferable to leave enough room for them whether they be visible or not.
Humblebee 4 1 England
28 Oct 2012 12:32PM
A great capture of this magnificent stag with lovely autumn colours telling us it is truly rutting time ... Carol Grin
Chinga Plus
5 3 1 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2012 3:17PM
Super capture... Beautiful captures... IB
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3530 Canada
28 Oct 2012 3:41PM
Lovely shot.

banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3530 Canada
28 Oct 2012 3:54PM
Tried a mod to take Justins comment into account, and cropped to place the Stag more left. Seems the content aware fill function in CS6 doesnt always do a great job though.

pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2012 4:01PM
Fill works most of the time on V5 of CS but like this shot anyway
dven Plus
11 25 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2012 4:13PM
I have done a variant with Justins suggestion what do you think?

banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3530 Canada
28 Oct 2012 4:48PM
I like V2, - better with the bottom space, - good job.

Draig37 9 249 Wales
28 Oct 2012 6:42PM
cracking capture mate - prefer the 1st version though
justin c 12 4.8k 36 England
28 Oct 2012 8:11PM
I definitely prefer the composition of the second one. The cloning is a bit noticeable though. It would have been better to have composed it that way in-camera, but of course that's always easy to say in hindsight and easy to overlook in the heat of the moment.
mikepearce 7 3 1 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2012 11:16PM
Lovely nature image!
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
12 Nov 2012 8:18PM
A tremendous shot of this majestic fallow buck, he certainly is a fine specimen

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