A little fur with my florals..........(7)
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Karl Witt
Registered: Jul 11, 2007
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Larry Williams wrote:
3,4,7 for me. IMHO, HDR tends to over saturate green making it look a bit like "neon green". But, what the heck do I know.....

Have you ever tried using a 25mm tube on your 400 and 500? It really is an "eye opener".

How have ya been?

Larry



Seems we had that 'neon green' discussion before?
Yes on tubes on the 400.......... .http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1144246/0#10920894

Thanks my friend....
Karl



Karl Witt
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surfnron wrote:
Hey Karl - I'm of to work, but I'll be baaaack ~ Ron



Are you baaaaaack yet?? I miss you..........



birdied
Registered: May 02, 2010
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Love the little guy The florals are beautiful. Especially like the thistle , aster and the HDR !

Birdie



Karl Witt
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Desert Drake wrote:
Sure enjoyed the thistle and aster shots. Cute little bandit that you captured.
Al



Thank you kindly sir
Karl



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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Nice to see someone else posting shots under the clouds

1 why do they always look guilty when they are rooting around looking for food? You sure captured some great character in this one Nice job with the WB, I have a feeling the RAW had a cast to it
2 great behavior shot!
3 simply elegant and very well seen, I know I would have missed it
4 I like it, it may be over sharpened
5 that one just isn't my cup of tea
6 I like the play of focus in this one
7 I'll second Kruk on this one

Another fine set my friend, great to see some florals from you again. I was beginning to worry!

Tim



jodelak
Registered: Oct 25, 2009
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Excellent shots! The last 2 frames for me are outstanding!



CDaescher
Registered: Jul 19, 2011
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Very nice set, Karl.
#1 is a great shot for sure.
I prefer 3 over 4. Really like those lines and how the image has a nice base.
The last is a cool image but I agree with Rob on the amount of distracting blurred leaf in the lower right corner.
Chris



Karl Witt
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Ted ellis wrote:
Hi Karl, your fur is nice and #5 and 4 flora are my favorites.

Ted


Thanks UT............I don't do much fur so these were a fun treat. I am glad you saw some flora favorites
Karl



Karl Witt
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martines34 wrote:
Nice mixture of interesting photography.

Thanks for sharing.


You are welcome Joe, thanks for visiting
Karl



Karl Witt
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KCollett wrote:
Pleasing set Karl. Looks like the youngen still needs to learn about washing its eyes in the morning. I like the cattail and thistle best from among the florals.


I am glad to hear you picked the cattail, I liked it too Not sure where those eye goobers came from but definitely didn't look in the mirror
Thanks Ken
Karl



treebeard
Registered: Sep 21, 2006
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#6 is really super......but I don't see any flowers in #5?!



Ned Bagno
Registered: Nov 12, 2006
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All are well done, congrats. That first one is awesome.



Charlie Shugart
Registered: Feb 06, 2007
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Great stuff with the raccoon, Karl- especially the first. IMO that one is really swell .
Terrific florals, also. The first two are especially good in my mind.
About the aster (#6)- there's not enough in sharp focus to really satisfy me. But I understand that's a subjective thing entirely.
Charlie



Ed Robertson
Registered: Mar 20, 2008
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Nice job Karl love the thistle Shot. Ed



arlo
Registered: Sep 23, 2010
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Karl, love the racoon images. Very well done indeed!!



Karl Witt
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David Leask wrote:
Lovely shots Karl. The Thistle (our national emblem) takes gold for me
David



Well I am most honored sir A royal thanks!
Karl



Karl Witt
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Rob Tillyer wrote:
Beauty set Karl. The first bandit has it all, what great shot. In the second one I think he's smelling his breath. I really like that one too. The florals are terrific. The HRD one would be a winner with me (great PP for sure) but I can't get by the OOF leave. I think if you just had a little of it at the bottom right it would make a better comp.

Rob


Thanks on the morning bandit Rob, I can never seem to get them as good as Tony (Imagemaster) does
Smelling his breath That can't be good on that diet!
Thanks on the florals, I understand your take on the bottom corner, thanks for reinforcing that
Appreciate the kind words buddy
Karl



Lars Johnsson
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A lovely set Karl. # 1 is my pick here



waldr_p
Registered: Apr 18, 2008
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Terrific set Karl.

No.1 is a real corker of a shot and I'm really liking no.3 and 4 from the florals.

Paul.



Karl Witt
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harshaj1 wrote:
Lovely and inspiring set Karl. Love the last one.
Harsha



Thanks Harsha
Karl



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