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Wildlife Photography: Virtual Amputation

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Visceralimage
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Message posted at 02/06/2011, 03:20:03 AM by Visceralimage
New article posted: Wildlife Photography: Virtual Amputation


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Physi28
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Message posted at 02/06/2011, 06:00:57 AM by Physi28
Yes, I agre totally with you, only in the case calling heron, may be I would have tried to cut a little bit higher (lower chest or so) and not to show a little bit of the legs as it suggests them, of course thus is just a personal sensation..
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Joe1971
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Message posted at 02/06/2011, 06:28:45 AM by Joe1971
It is beautiful photo.
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Egomezta
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Message posted at 02/06/2011, 12:13:05 PM by Egomezta
A great blog, there are too many things to learn from you.
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Scottysally2
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Message posted at 02/07/2011, 02:03:12 AM by Scottysally2
Great shots, especially the close up of the heron. :)
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Iwhitwo
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Message posted at 02/09/2011, 22:33:31 PM by Iwhitwo
Great advise and images as usual John, keep up the good work!
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Suebmtl
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Message posted at 02/10/2011, 18:59:59 PM by Suebmtl
Very good advise.
Beautiful shots.
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Sobek85
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Message posted at 02/25/2011, 08:12:21 AM by Sobek85
Great Advice. What do you think of my wildlife photos?
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Visceralimage
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Message posted at 02/25/2011, 17:48:13 PM by Visceralimage
Veyron85; Sorry, can not figure out how to send you a personal message so this will need to do. i looked at your wildlife images, some appear to be taken in zoo but others are great, especially your Owls. Piece of advice, you are cropping to tight; this does not give the buyer room to adjust for where the image must fit on a page. Generally, designers must fit our images into a given space on a page or design so they need room to crop you images. Your Snowy Owl has no room to crop and still keep the entire bird in the image.


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Createco
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Message posted at 08/28/2013, 16:04:14 PM by Createco
Are your wolverine photos taken in North America? I am looking for New World Wolverine photos for a book I am working on and most of the wolverines I have found are Old World. Thanks!


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Createco
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Message posted at 08/28/2013, 16:05:24 PM by Createco
Are your wolverine photos taken in North America? I am looking for New World Wolverine photos for a book I am working on and most of the wolverines I have found are Old World. Thanks!


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Visceralimage
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Message posted at 08/29/2013, 15:18:20 PM by Visceralimage
Createco;

Yes, the wolverine pics on my site are from North America (USA and Canada). Best of luck with your project.


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