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Thread: Weekly Critique Thread: May 8 - 14 - Closed

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    Weekly Critique Thread: May 8 - 14 - Closed

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    Nikon D5300 | 35mm f/1.8 | f/4.0 | 1/4000s | ISO 400
    A predatory bird (red tailed hawk?) swoops down on some ducks and their duckling.

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    Nice composition. I like the the framing of the picturesque lake and houses with the tree and bushes close to you. Unfortunately the hawk is far from obvious and a long zoomed in shot would do it more justice. Thats a different photograph altogether though.



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    Thanks! Yeah, it would have been nice to have been able to take a photograph of the hawk rather than with the hawk kind of in the frame. Nonetheless, I liked the shot, and liked the little hidden feature.



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