by Matt L
Uploaded 11 Oct 2010 — 2 favorites
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?

A: Do you know?

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Fifth in the series for my darkroom assignment. I'm not that excited about this one. There's something abou it that bothers me...like it's just not all coming together. I think I'm probably going to either crop out some of the forground at the bottom (that's what's bothering me the most...but I hate cropping...I like shooting full frame and I avoid cropping at all costs) or I'm just going to try and find another image on the roll to replace it with.

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  • clancy214

    clancy214 gave props (12 Oct 2010):

    honestly, i love it. it's like a memory. fantastic work HP

  • Raymond Barberousse

    Raymond Barberousse gave props (24 Oct 2010):

    my 2 cents: Cropping isn't necessary the beautiful thing about the lower portion of the shot is the walking path I think it adds a great deal to this image, which overall is very good. What does bother me a bit is the loss of texture in the trees on the right side where its almost completely black.

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