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Strolling The Bosque
Description: Lesson 2: Photo 1. Looking toward center, rule of thirds. I had an opportunity to go to the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge this week as I live only 2 hours south of it. I highly recommend this place to anyone who loves photographing, or just watching, migrating birds. Having said that I am lacking the equipment (and skill) to catch many great shots of birds up close, unless they land very close. 300mm is what I have for a long lens and it won't get you much. So I try and incorporate the birds into a pleasant scene. When I do try to catch them in flight I use the camera on a high shutter speed (in shutter mode). Of course my general questions are, do the images work, if not why not, and what could be made better? About this particular image I noticed that though the tree line and flats at the base of the mountains are straight across, the top of the corn is a bit slanted to the left. Too distracting?
Uploaded on 11/23/2012 9:30:34 AM
Made with Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera
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