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    This image was created in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on 12/3/19 at 12:16PM. Image processed in lightroom and Photoshop.

    Hand held, Small crop.

    Canon 5D MarkIV
    Sigma 150-600 Contemporary
    421mm
    ISO 1600
    f6.3
    1/800sec

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    Nice shot John, good pose and BG. Good techs too. Wish for a bit more room below.

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    I like the colours in the coat, the image is sharp, not too crazy on the head angle, a little ungainly. A good low shooting angle.

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    To me the image is just too saturated with the same ongoing issues, I find both the HA and framing awkward too. There is also something odd happening over the hindquarters of the Buck and the grasses poking out from behind need to go. Techs could also be improved.

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    Hello John,

    Another handsome Buck and POV is great...albeit I find the pose a little awkward, doesn't quite do justice to the subject.

    I too noticed straight away the "odd" issue mentioned by Steve above - did you try remove some unwanted vegetation?

    Would like a tad more at the bottom of the frame, if you have it

    Kind regards,
    Gabriela Plesea

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