Taronga Zoo

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by fr33lanc3r, Oct 12, 2012.

  1. fr33lanc3r

    fr33lanc3r Member

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    I haven't been around and posted for a very long time and thought that I would share some pictures that I have taken. Let me know what you think C&C always welcome.


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    Thanks for looking
     
  2. cleary

    cleary Mental in the Face

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    wow, really nice, detail is great. That last Lion shot is gold. Favourite is the Lounging Lemur (ubuntu release name gone begging?).

    Minor criticism, wb seems a bit cool on a couple of them, in particular the monkeys.
    Fantastic set nonetheless.
     
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    fr33lanc3r

    fr33lanc3r Member

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    Thanks for the comments looking back on it I think I agree that the Gorillas are a little cool
     
  4. Taceo Corpus

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    Looks more like a moderated meerkat to me. :thumbup:

    I love 9, 3 and 4. The personality in 3 & 4 is great and lions are just cool. :D You really nailed the focus on 9 and the framing works well.
     
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  5. steveobhave

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    Those last two shots are crackers! Nice series.
     
  6. Andres

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    Wow - so sharp! Were those lions shot through the viewing glass?

    I noted D800 was the camera, what lens?
     
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    Thanks very much

    Thanks yeah they were shot through the glass. 70-200mm vr 2 was the lens used.
     
  8. ElBeasto

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    Really nice set. :)

    The great thing about the D800/E is that you could crop #3 to just include the little monkey eating the lettuce! :thumbup:
     
  9. steveobhave

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    The little what? ;)
     
  10. Squeezer

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    What Lemur ?
     
  11. ElBeasto

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    Gorilla, I do beg your pardon. :D
     
  12. cleary

    cleary Mental in the Face

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    Yeah I was correct earlier - I meant the maverick meerkat (which didn't go begging)
     
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    Lion shots are win :)
     
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    Lion Shots are perfected! Well done buddy
     

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