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COOCH
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I left this bull over night. when we found him in the morning he had rigor mortis so bad that we did the best photo shoot we could manage.Photos were taken from ground level on a small tripod.
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Had to wedge his head upright with a log.
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I've always been torn stay to the side of the horns or directly behind.You decide.
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Jabar
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Hmmmmmm

I thought it was "Your BEST Photo" , not a showcase of everything you ever killed and multiple angles of the same animal.

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First trad kill 2011

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Took this of my best friend admiring his great buck.
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Tree Killer
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Great pictures! Here's a couple of mine.

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This is my first trad kill two years ago. [IMG]  - [/IMG]

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Great photos guys! Thanks for sharing.

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Tree Killer what a great Blacktail!!!!

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Mac910
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An old one from 2001, but my best photo by far...

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This was the first deer taken with one of my Drop Tine bows.
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And my sons squirrel.
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This is the only photo I have. Its not the best, but I'm still proud of it. This buck was taken 2 weeks ago.  -

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John146
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Jabar, I believe you thought wrong sir. Below is the original post by the man that started it and I do not read anything about "Your Best Shot." Looks to me like he was asking for whatever someone was willing to take the time to post.

Thanks to everyone for posting your pictures. Especially you COOCH. That's some great pictures in different settings and they came out great. I just started and the tone of the pictures is what I am trying to get right. A lot of mine have come out too white.

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Originally posted by yukon chuck:
I thought it might be cool if folks posted photographs of themselves with game taken, or perhaps just the game alone and maybe your bow laying with it...whatever.. In an effort to do a better job myself of taking these photographs, I thought it might be cool to see the different angles and set ups that you've all done. Might be a great way to help us all become better at taking these shots. If you can remember any of the details, such as the size lens used, flash or no flash, etc..., please include that as well.
Thanks,
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+1 John146

I love looking at the photos of others whether there is a kill in them or not. Keep them coming!

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RD808
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quote:
Originally posted by yukon chuck:
I thought it might be cool if folks posted photographs of themselves with game taken, or perhaps just the game alone and maybe your bow laying with it...whatever.. In an effort to do a better job myself of taking these photographs, I thought it might be cool to see the different angles and set ups that you've all done. Might be a great way to help us all become better at taking these shots. If you can remember any of the details, such as the size lens used, flash or no flash, etc..., please include that as well.
Thanks,
Chuck

Here is my bow...no kill yet with it but here is the setup im using to take my photos.

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Sony DSLR
ISO 100
26mm
F 7.1
1/160
AEL on mountain

18-75mm 3.5-5.6 Lens
ND filter
Sigma flash bounced to the left side.

Focused it a little wrong as the bow is slightly blurry...but all in all, I liked the look of it.

Enjoy!

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