Lesson 9 assignment Blk& white

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    I LOVED shooting this ASSIGNMENT I think its been my favorite one!
    I live in florida so we have big cat habitats
    Here is my Black and White picture
    [attachment=0:yy4kzpnn]lesson 9.jpg[/attachment:yy4kzpnn]
    My dream trip would be to travel and shoot wildlife safari.
    One day… Its on my bucketlist! 😀

    Duncan Rawlinson

    Here is the EXIF data for this image.

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    Date Time Original: 2013:02:04 03:51:39
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    Focal Length In 35mm Film: 105mm
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    Date Time: 2013:02:04 20:16:48
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    I’m very happy with the progress you are making here. You’ve absolulutely nailed this assignment.

    The image has a relatively wide tonal range that is skewed toward the black end.

    What’s more the image itself is interesting. It never hurts to photograph something amazing like that! I posted a photo of a tiger I took recently as well:


    Can you tell I like adding people to my images?! 😉

    I really like the mood and drama of your image though.

    My only concern is what’s going on in the top left of the image.

    Was this image shot through a window and if so, did you use a filter to remove the reflection 😉


    Thank you for the great critques
    I had a uv filter on this lens and yes I was gladly BEHIND the glass to get this close. 🙂
    I was able to catch them at feeding time for the tigers.
    It was intense how anxious the tigers were getting waiting for their food!

    Duncan Rawlinson


    What was the thing in the top left of the frame?


    Ya know i really don’t know. It almost looks like snow or fog but i know that can’t be this is in florida.
    Only thing i can think of is i was shooting from the water tank (trying to get a swimming shot) so when he
    would jump into the water splash would appear on the winder i shot from. Im thinking it must be drops from
    the tiger jumping in.

    Duncan Rawlinson

    I see!

    Whatever the case you’ve done well here.

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