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Pronghorn Standing Watch
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Posted By: Bob Harris, 10-14-2011, 07:08 AM

Keeping his ladies in line and moving.

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10-14-2011, 12:37 PM   #2
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The first photo was shot with the Kx and 50-200mm lens.
The second was shot with the K-5 and 80-320mm lens with 2X TC and hoya filter, this was a very long shot later in the day.
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Using the K-5 in-camera filters and editing.
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I like the third one the best. The vignette effectively helps me to concentrate on the animals. In the other ones there is to much space&clutter for my liking.

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Dont' you hate it when the wildlife just won't get any closer !! We had a huge Elk with a big rack but too far away for me to get a decent shot. I agree with Fries the vignette shot works well.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Fries Quote
I like the third one the best. The vignette effectively helps me to concentrate on the animals. In the other ones there is to much space&clutter for my liking.
thanks Remco, not much else to do really, the antelope watch you and if you take one step, they take two and cropping even more distorts the images worse than they are. Thanks so much for taking the time to comment, always appreciated. Bob
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QuoteOriginally posted by daacon Quote
Don't' you hate it when the wildlife just won't get any closer !! We had a huge Elk with a big rack but too far away for me to get a decent shot. I agree with Fries the vignette shot works well.
I will have to go out and purchase a salt lick and a blind to hind behind. thanks Dave, I'm not going to give up on these guys. Bob
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