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for the first time i saw baby squirrel and was able to shoot against sunlight
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santa-chan-2012 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
nice ...very nice take..
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wiingzz Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
nice shot!
keep up the good work :hug:
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AresyaDesee Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Adorable!!!
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PiaVersense Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2011
So cute! :)
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Masanohashi Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011
yay so cute ^_^
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dweter321 Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011
cute!
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Toracodele Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Good grief, you're lucky to get that close, that or you have a really good telephoto lens D:
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kumarvijay1708 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
my instruments is fix lence olympus 800uz and this on i thin i shoot on auto mode that is light exposure shuuter speed everything decided by camera and i was say not more than 5 feet from the subject
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Rokayt Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
He's barking at you! HOW SWEET!

On a serious note. I found that too much emphasis was on his hind left leg, because that was what was sharpest. As opposed to his face (I can imagine this squirrel pointing to his face and saying "Eh Hem. I'm up here!") This is most likely not intentional, but probably due to auto-focus. Ive found that shooting in AFC instead of AFS in the kinda situation where your subject is already very small is generally very helpfully, as twitching a little bit forward would matter in terms of sharpness when dealing with a subject smaller then an inch. Also. Depending on the kind of lens you have, It could be that you were TOO close to focus on its face... I wont get into too much detail on that, as this is still a very good shot.
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kumarvijay1708 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks for the expert opinion my instruments is fix lence olympus 800uz and this on i thin i shoot on auto mode that is light exposure shuuter speed everything decided by camera and i was say not more than 5 feet from the subject with all the limitations my own as well as my instruments i had managed some good macro if you would like to see some and would guide me i can still improve on quality
fro macro shooting insects i prefer film speed 50 iso
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Rokayt Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Sounds like it was auto-focus issue for sure. Normally issues start at about a foot with point and shoots.
50 iso is gonna get you a clear shot! For sure! (It shouldn't work too well in the winter, unfortunately.)
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kumarvijay1708 Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks alot
if the light situations permits nothing is like 50 iso some time i use everything auto just becuse i do not want to loose the moment
check this

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this one taken f/4.6
shuttter speed 1/125 sec.
iso 50
focal lenght 83 mm

hope you will like this the same baby facing other side
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Rokayt Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
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This one is my favorite.
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kumarvijay1708 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
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if you have not seen they see this one here i think the focus is very clear on face (and picture is slightly blur near tail)
i is difficult to think of all this while taking photo as the critter vanishes faster than the eyelid slash
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Rokayt Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Most definitely [link]
A lot of the time you only will have an instance to take a shot, one chance. The sun may be up for only one more long exposure, or the cat you scared with a flash may only look at you for 2 seconds before moving to its next piece of cover.
It seems like the squirell modeled quite a bit for you on that day, but in an automatic focus mode I dont blame you if the focus ends up in someplace funky.
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Neko-me Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
AWWWWWW! So cute! :D
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Dolanna Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
That looks like a baby chipmonk.
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kumarvijay1708 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
it is indian palm squirrel it looks very much like chipmunk of north amerika it has three stripes on its back but it is tree squirrel

we have another indian giant squirrel it is my states national animal it is huge in size again it is tree squirrel it is almost 2 kg or more i am not lucky enough to see it
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Dolanna Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Well I was lucky enough to see my states animal once. I almost ran it over. The bear ran right through- while i was driving on an icy road.
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ILikeTreecko Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ooh rare sight. You barely see squirrels any more
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kumarvijay1708 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
please visit my gallery my house has beautiful surrounding it is in the state maharashtra country india i stay in city aurangabad and i had so many squirrels in my gallery
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MJFJ Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome! :)
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