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    This image was created in Bennezette, Pennsylvania on 9/27/19 at 6:22PM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

    Hand held, Medium crop.

    Canon 5D MarkIII
    Sigma 150-600 Contemporary
    600mm
    ISO 3200
    f6.3
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    John, any more below? Have you changed the WB here, did it improve things, or is this 'As shot'?

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    Yes i have more below. White balance has been changed. Yes improvement.

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    Lovely capture John and I like the colours and vibrance here, subject stands out so nicely despite the fairly busy BG. Nice pose too.

    Agree with Steve, frame needs more at the bottom for better balance, you did allow for the virtual limbs but somehow it looks out of proportion. I do like the space you've given this Elk to look into.

    Noticed a few small blue 'dots' in the top right corner and I am just curious, do you think is it the light that causes some reflection on those leaves? Won't say they are distracting as such... but somehow my eye is drawn to them

    Thank you so much for sharing - I really like the inclusion of environment in your latest images because in doing so you help the viewers connect to those places you've been to. As well as tell the story about your beautiful subjects, placing them in context with their surroundings.

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