Strutting tom in the snow




Witty

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Hi,

I know this has been asked a thousand times (and probably by me on occasion), but can you detail what your cams got goin' on... what camera (maybe the settings even), what control board... tips, tricks, image-editing software? I mean, the quality of your pictures is always top-notch, it's driving me crazy. Mine aren't horrible, but they aren't nearly as nice as those.

My P32's are lame in my opinion. My D380 (stolen) took better pictures.


-Witty
 

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My settings are either on Program with the standard recomended or some I put on auto. I have started using forced flash on all my cams and my daytiime pics have really improved. I do use Picasa2 for eiditing my pics mostly I will crop a pic Hit the auto contrast in the basic fix then go to tuning and maybe move the color temp to the right a little adjust the shadow,sometime give the a little highlight and adjust
the fill light if its to dark . I will just work it to get the best color and light and sharpness. Most important is try to keep the animal close to the camera 3 to 6 feet . I use bait when not hunting and mineral for deer in the summer and scrapes in the fall.I do use SSS boards but all the boards out there will work well.
 

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Hi,

Thanks MB. Your images certainly keep us all shooting for higher standards.


-Witty
 


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