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Archive 2013 · Post your best "Morris style" shot.
  
 
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p.3 #1 · p.3 #1 · Post your best "Morris style" shot.


jdc562 wrote:
What a bunch of beautiful shots to make Morris proud. I hope this breaks the ice, so we get more Morris-style shots as regular posts.
Here's my contribution:



The wood duck is probably my favorite bird so of cause Iím enjoying the second JD. Capturing it preening with the great reflective background is simply perfect. I love to photograph snow geese in flight and hear you have a great mix of sharp foreground subjects with OOF echoes that never end. Many people say to avoid cropping a bird on the edge of the frame yet it can tell the story of many more and in your third photo there is a great example of that at work. The moon or sun with birds is a super moody image.

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Jan 06, 2013 at 03:07 PM
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p.3 #2 · p.3 #2 · Post your best "Morris style" shot.


Is this Morris style?







Jan 06, 2013 at 03:17 PM
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p.3 #3 · p.3 #3 · Post your best "Morris style" shot.


There has been some discussion of reviewing and then deleting on the LCD. There is a special job of instant gratification when shooting digital. I think we all ďchimpĒ at times and itís part of the fun. I spend a lot less time looking at what I photographed than I used to. I regular check exposure yet have left checking focus, composition etc. to when I review at home. This allows me to stay focused on my surroundings and helps prevent me missing something special. When I photograph more stationary subjects I defiantly take the time to verify Iíve got the DOF correct, captured what I want and have framed properly or have what I can crop into a better composition. The photo below works as I took the time for perfect exposure and subject placement. Itís the complete opposite of the fast passed, split second decision, flight photography I love to do.







Morris



Jan 06, 2013 at 03:22 PM
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