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  1. #11
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    As do I Frank,

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  2. #12
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    Second is nice, you could even go so far as cropping the tree on the left as it is a bit distracting.
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  3. #13
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    Thanks dbatapbr, nice to be back. Must confess to a bit of envy for your excursion.
    I think both monkey pics are pretty well spot on. The Howler is somewhat marred by the the shadow of the branch but not much to be done there. BTW the big feller's sure got some balls and I don't mean from being up there.
    I agree the Capuchin doesn't need a right crop but like dr4gon says, may benefit from a bit of PS cloning.
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  4. #14
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    First of all a very cool monkey photo! Not that it needs anything but I am wondering could a little P&P bring out the detail in his front paw a bit? It blends pretty well into the branch. Hope to see more images.
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  5. #15
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    Ok as I am not a PS expert but I tried. So here is the post crop of the Monkey. Sean, I tried to bring it out some more but that really did nothing good for the total composition of the photo. Also it is not as hidden on the 300 dpi tif copy as it is here. Now to work on the Sloths.
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  6. #16
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    Now we have the sloths. First is a two toed sloth, then two of the three toed sloths.
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  7. #17
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    Did ya have to tell him to hold still.lol

  8. #18
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    Actually, I had to go to 1/2000 of a second shutter speed to keep up with them. Fastest things I've ever seen.

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