A&P Some shots I took at my ranch

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  1. AggieZR2

    AggieZR2 Now AggieZQ8

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    Went to the family ranch over the holidays. Took a few shots. Opinions please.

    Ranch pics
     
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    one66stang Haters.com

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    I like 222 expect for the spider web or whatever it is across the shot.

    Lighten the dock just a little on 248 and thats a great shot good eye

    Good shots all toghether.
     
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    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    good job! :)
     
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    Great shots! Nice composition. Good work with the silhouettes and the sun rise. :cool:

    The composition of your bug macros needs some improvement.
     
  6. AggieZR2

    AggieZR2 Now AggieZQ8

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    The spider shots were taken with haste. The ones of the spider killing the bug were taken very quickly because I just happened to have walked up on it happening and I just stuck the camera up under him ( the spider being about 12" off the ground) and started shooting where I thought he would show up in the pic. I got lucky that I even caught it on film. THe others were taken of one on the hood of my truck (the grainy stuff in the background is my paint!) and he was not happy and trying to scurry away, so again, I shot in haste. But I appreciate the comments and it is really cool to get those sort of compliments. Now, how would I go about improving my composition in my macro shots? Any other advice in general would be appreciated.
     

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