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Challenge to Zombiesniper - Get out of your comfort zone

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    Exclamation Challenge to Zombiesniper - Get out of your comfort zone

    Rob, (I don't know if your name is Rob, I am just thinking Rob Zombie )

    You take some unbelievable bird shots and I know this is your forte, but I am challenging you to get out of your comfort zone and do something different. I want to see something different from you, maybe street photography, landscape, or even abstract (I know you did a little with smoke a few weeks ago).

    I love street photography, so that is my challenge to you.
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    I'll see what I can come up with.......crap. Now I have to carry two lenses. lol
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    I haven't forgotten. Was ill for a bit and am getting back to normal.

    I'll get it done. lol
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    Okay this took a while but I've decided to try and get a shot for my 500mm project at the same time. So all of these are still taken with my 500mm lens

    Only one of these have made the cut but heres the progress.

    Street.

    not amused by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Wet photographer by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Landscape

    mountain by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Sunset by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    I'll update on round two of the challenge.
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    Great shots, I like #2 here. If you wouldn't have cut off the guy's hand in #1, it probably would have been my favorite.
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    lovely set - really like shot 1 as well. The hand cut bothers AT more than me.
    My fave though is the BW - wonderful tones and lines.
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    Thank you.

    I was thinking of this thread when I was out yesterday shooting a bird downtown.

    Then the sky got very angry and I saw this.

    Wet misery by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr
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    Cool shot but IMO, he is in the wrong position in the frame. I think it would have been stronger if he was on the left side of the frame, looking across the wet, miserable frame.

    Great shot tho, nice BW

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    After looking at it a little longer, I realized you would have lost the dog if he was further to the left.
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    Thank you.

    I wish I had seen him before getting to where I was but there was no time to back up and get more scenery.
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    Strong and wonderfully catured BW. Lots of feeling here.

    My only suggestion....I might chop the bottom 1 inch (there seems to be 2 'levels' of blurry snow which to me feels just a bit distracting...I'd chop just the first level only) if you're not against changing the original ratio.
    hope that may help
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