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By DarkAngel
I know I'm having problems with the focus in my photos, I'm hoping that's down to lack of a decent camera. I liked it despite it being out of focus so it's here.

Tags: Animal Captive Fence Close-up and macro Caged Pets and captive animals

Voters: BlackNinja, mathed, Ingleman and 2 more

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22 May 2008 7:33PM
words from my dad - that is a powerful image - good shot makes you think
Ingleman 14 9 4
22 May 2008 7:57PM
You can take amazing pictures with the most basic of equipment...a 1000 camera doesn't guarantee great shots..I've proved that! What counts is the imagination and creative desire. This shot works because it raises emotional questions and as Black Ninja makes you think. Keep going and keep 'em coming...Andy I
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22 May 2008 8:32PM
I agree with Andy, Carley, this image has an emotional impact upon the viewer, and that's what a lot of good artists look for. You have that type of artistic talent and the imagination to go with it. I can see that from your pf. Getting the focus right takes practice. Was the hand moving? Did YOU move? Consider these options first, then adjust your camera settings and keep shooting, checking your results. You received some good advice when you asked for it on your rat shot. Have you put this into practice?

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