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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
17 Apr 2014 6:17AM
Beautifully caught.

A shame she didn't wander just a little forward, so you could avoid the background clutter - but that can be replaced if you have a post processing programme. Smile

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dudler Plus
13 468 908 England
17 Apr 2014 4:05PM
An alternative approach is to find a way to raise the viewpoint. That way, you could isolate the cow against a plain green background.

However, even though Charlie Waite, one of the best landscape photographers currently working, advocates carrying a stepladder, not many of us do this! If there is something you can stand on, though, go for it (safely, though).

In the days of twin lens reflex cameras, press photographers held their cameras upside down overheard, looking up into the viewfinder. If you have live view and a tilting screen, you can do the same. Or, if you are willing to take a chance, hold the camera high, aim by guesswork, and repeat until you get the shot you want! Back in the days of film, this was costly, but digital makes it cheap, and you can check the frames as you go, and stop when you get the shot you want.

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