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Photographer  James Hager {Karma:6285}
Project N/A Camera Model Canon EOS-1Ds Mk II
Categories Wildlife
Film Format Digital RAW
Portfolio Mammals - North America
Wildlife
Lens EF 500 f4L IS
Uploaded 1/7/2006 Film / Memory Type CF
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 691 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 9 Rating
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Location City -  Jackson
State -  WY
Country - United States   United States
About Location: National Elk Refuge, Jackson, WY, USA
Date: 7 Dec 2005
Capture: Canon EOS-1Ds Mk II, EF 500 f4L IS with EF 1.4x II, 1/1500, f8, ISO 200
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Lydia Nel   {K:3579} 6/15/2007
Great image, but IMO the top layer, maybe layers, need to be reconsidered - I agree with Ann and Hugo - it would change this unusual scene into something quite smart -

I'm new to photography - would you mind explaining the difference in shutter speeds between this image and the landscape view of the Tetons: 2 sec 100 ISO, as opposed to 1/1500 200 ISO - I realize there must have been less light available for the Tetons, so you opened up quite a bit, but why ISO 200 for the Bulls - what time of the day was the latter taken then?

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Ann Nida Ann Nida   {K:45248} 1/23/2006
Oh my but that's quite a composition with all 3 appearing to be guarding each other's backs while they seem to be stuck in the snow. This is a wonderful capture of these great elk. I also reiterate what Hugo pointed out about the top layer needing to be cropped out. I feel just below the bushes would remove unecessary clutter and "clean" the image beautifully. Just think...it's only 2 weeks between a good and bad haircut James ;) It's the digital era. If you don't like it you can always put it back. :) Having said that, however, I'm jealous that the few wildlife shots I've taken haven't come out half as clear as this great capture.

Cheers - Ann :)

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James Hager   {K:6285} 1/9/2006
Thanks Hugo. I agree that the upper layer doesn't add anything to the shot. I thought about cropping it before uploading it, but I couldn't get myself to do it because I always deal in 2x3 or 4x5 aspect ratio images. Maybe I should step outside the box a bit. :)

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 1/8/2006
Hi James, Very cool capture, and some very storng winter tones. I primarily like the natural feel of this image, created by those tones. As to the composition, I feel there's one (or possibly two) layers too many in this photo, though (there's the white field in the foreground with the elk in it, the darker brown strip behind it, follwed by yet another lighter one, and finally the bushes and sky (?) towards the top of the photo) Leaving the photo in it's original aspect (I believe) does provide a lot of information about the settings of this shot, but aesthetically, I'd say two (or even one layers) in this image would suffice. The other two seem to be a bit redundant, as they don't add much to the feel of this photo, other than a reference to the depth and scenery.

Cheers,

Hugo

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Sumedha Obeysekera Sumedha Obeysekera   {K:4665} 1/8/2006
A very nicely captured.

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Mattia L. Mattia L.   {K:7625} 1/8/2006
Good job, cong.

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Paul's Photos Paul's Photos   {K:35235} 1/7/2006
nice capture.... good work

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Dave Stacey Dave Stacey   {K:150877} 1/7/2006
Wow, excellent capture of these elk, James! Such beautiful animals, and you do them full justice.
Dave.

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Chris Holland   {K:395} 1/7/2006
Very nice capture

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