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Oh Dear Me!
Oh Dear Me!

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Challenge: Wildlife (Advanced Editing II)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S7000
Location: Dublin, Pheonix Park.
Date: Oct 3, 2004
Aperture: F3.1
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/140
Galleries: Nature, Animals
Date Uploaded: Oct 3, 2004

Picture taken in the Pheonix Park, Dublin on Sunday morning. The park has had wild dear as residents since the creation of the park a few hundred years ago for hunting by the British royals I belive.

Edits: cropped, sharpend

Place: 132 out of 160
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Views since voting: 734
Views during voting: 301
Votes: 190
Comments: 7
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/08/2004 11:06:21 AM
The image is too much in the center of the frame, which makes it somewhat boring to look at. The animals are not in very good focus either. Better luck next challenge. 4
10/06/2004 04:32:24 PM
Seems a little soft. I might have tried cropping so the deer were more on the right, but I don't know what you had to work with.
10/05/2004 06:43:10 PM
Nice looking animals... The woods in the background are great, and the light and shadows give it great depth. However, to be honest, the animals seem very flat and without depth or life (telephoto lens?). There seems to be no spart in them so as a result, I believe the picture as a whole suffers. Good luck.
10/04/2004 08:25:18 PM
Nice capture but a little over exposed.
10/04/2004 05:24:59 PM
Nice shot of some good sized bucks. Looks just a tad out of focus though. Still, good work
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10/04/2004 11:56:19 AM
The image seems a little static with the center placement of the deer. Shifting them to the left a little could make it a little more dynamic and the direction the deer is viewing would help to lead the eye out of the frame. I like the even lighting and the dark wood behind has an almost spooky feel to it. The image is also a little soft.
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10/04/2004 09:48:26 AM
Cropping the shot to position the deer more off center would have helped this shot imo. I love the background.
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