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Old 05-19-2013   #1
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Hello everyone. This year I was able to photograph 2 brave snow geese that were in our area.
While photographing a ruddy duck one of them started flapping I had a tc was to close and there was no way in backing up.
So I wanted to know how you all feel about this shot.
Wings were already clipped so I kinda tighten the the comp just a tad.
C&C welcomed and encouraged.

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I like it Robert
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Thank you very much for your feedback Gautam.
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I like it Robert. I think if it where me I would try a crop cutting out a good part of the right side and some on the bottom leaving the wing, head and a little of the breast as the main points of inerest. I gave it a try and thought the results did not look bad.

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