It makes me laugh but I suggest at the same time that while shooting animals (with a camera), be patient until you get them in the position you want. Keep shooting!
Focal Length: 300mm
Focus Mode: AF-S
Shutter Speed: 1/200s
i like it.
... i like it too ... a good catch ... ...
itik? not angsa?!
It's a good catch. Sharp and full of details. But the fence is a distraction and as pointblank pointed out wait for a better moment to press your shutter to avoid messy background. But it's not always possible, I know. Under those circumstances, strategic cropping would be the answer to get rid of the unwanted elements in your compositions.
By the way that's an angsa (goose) not an itek (duck).
angsa laa bro... itik leher pendek, nice laa bro
Lawo lawo shoot, but not itek its angsa and the fence, better crop it out
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I like the motion blur of its right foot. The problem with goose (angsa) sometimes aaa... guys, you better run from them like a plaque.
hehe, yup.. my mistake... thanks a lot
is it ok after i crop the fence??
Nice details shot on the subject..D' ATTACKER
its slightly better after cropping.. but as renzu said.. the other head... ...
but it will cut the back a bit rite..
get back the itekk.. and reshoot tomorrow in studio then ehehehe
nice one mr kentang...
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