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- Fox Portrait
Very nice image
Which camera and lens did you use on this picture ?
Thank you all so much, I really appreciate your comments! I have a Nikon D90 and was using my Nikkor 80-400mm lens for this-it's perfect for wildlife photos, a bit heavy but I love it!
I think this shot is one of the best shots I have seen in his web site That's why I have to Critique your snap if you don't mind
1- I Think if you take care of (The Role of Thirds) it will be much much greater than now .
2- The crop is too tight and makes the shot unpointed I mean you shoud used the way he looked as cogitative.
- Have a look here I edited your shot hope you will not be upset because of that
I am just a guy with a camera...
Thank you very much and thank you for sharing your thoughts and edit.... I'm not upset in the least but not sure that I care for the new version.... it does give the photo a different feel though... Thank you for taking the time to work on this, have a great day!
I think your fox Portrait looks great.
I took a photo of a fox that hangs around our golf course every day looking for scraps or whatever he/she can get.
I took this photo with my Nikon D50 & 85mm 1.8 lens. What do you think?
Thank you so much Robrac, I appreciate your comments. Hey, that's an excellent shot, he's a beauty!
I have a female West Highland White dog. Recently, a wild fox developed a love for her. For two weeks straight, every day, the fox would come near the dog and whine like a lovesick teenager. He would never come closer than a few feet, but the love bug had really bitten him.
I called the animal control people to see whether they thought it was a threat. They said that many male foxes develop a fascination for female dogs, but that the fox would move on within a few days. That is exactly what happened.
I was so concerned for my dog that I did not photograph that lovesick fox. Capturing that look on his face would have been nice.
Oh my gosh, that is so sweet! What an awesome photo That would have been but I can understand your hesitation not knowing if he posed a threat to your dog. Aren't animals wonderful??!!! Thanks for sharing that Ken, makes me smile....