11190_-_parasaurolophus

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11190_-_parasaurolophus

Daniella Puente Student 1/11/2008 6:54:30 AM

Looks so real..The diferents tones of deep green are excellent on the photo! #827369

Jim Zuckerman 1/11/2008 7:39:24 AM

Thank you very much, Daniella. The background is Oneonta Gorga in Oregon, about 1/2 east of Portland.

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Kiril D. Kirkov 2/29/2008 8:55:07 PM

Hi Jim , what an imagination you have ! I have enjoyed all your gallery . As a Betterphoto one year program student(it started in January) , I can't wait to join your course ! At the moment I am at the end of Kerry Drager's "Creative light and composition"course .
My purpose is to become professional outdoor photographer , and your work can be real inspiration to me !
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Jim Zuckerman 3/1/2008 4:58:58 AM

Thanks very much, Kiril. I will look forward to having you in a course with me.

A note about this dinosaur picture. The original model was a profile. I figured out a way to turn the head so it was apparently looking at the the photographer. I figured that animals are keenly aware of their environment, and that made sense.

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Kristy A. Keene 7/30/2008 1:53:22 AM

Wow! Amazing Digital Darkroom! What an Outstanding Photo!!! #6248124

Ronald F. Fischer 8/20/2008 2:27:23 PM

Spectacular digital darkroom work!! #6338514

Jim Zuckerman 8/20/2008 5:58:31 PM

Thanks, Ron. I appreciate your compliment. I had a lot of fun doing it.

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James E. Coleman 10/2/2009 9:40:45 AM

and here I didn't think they were alive!...:)

neat image! #8003045

Jim Zuckerman 10/2/2009 10:16:58 AM

Thanks, Jim. That's what is so exciting about doing these -- it's like they are living again. One of the frustrations for a wildlife photographer is that we can never really shoot dinosaurs. The closest we can come are lizards and chameleons, and while that's great to shoot, it's just not the same.

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Jim Zuckerman 10/2/2009 10:17:00 AM

Thanks, Jim. That's what is so exciting about doing these -- it's like they are living again. One of the frustrations for a wildlife photographer is that we can never really shoot dinosaurs. The closest we can come are lizards and chameleons, and while that's great to shoot, it's just not the same.

Jim #8003136

Liz Bullock 12/18/2009 6:03:45 PM

So realistic looking, excellent DD work. #8231604

Jim Zuckerman 12/18/2009 7:10:17 PM

Thank you, Liz. Jim #8231750

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