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PeterD
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Sat 29, November 2008 7:23am Rating: 9.00 

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Some really good shots of Deer here. I particularly like this one with the soft oof background. well done. FL is 567mm. Guess it was the sigma 400 zoom lens with 1.4 converter.

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Sat 29, November 2008 11:21am Rating: 8.00 

Ah - the 'classic' doe shot - lovely image with great eyes/background. I'm a bit meaner than PeterD as I feel the DOF falls between 2 stools - less would have pulled attention onto the face - more would have crisped up the hind quarters. Suspect the combination of light/lens dictated the choice - but a higher iso would have opened the options.

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Sat 29, November 2008 2:32pm

Thanks both I had about twenty to chose from and to be honest all had issues. This is the best of the bunch although I was happier with three does together....except that only two held eye contact one was looking away.



As for checking ISO that would need me to be far more able with the technical stuff. I'm still at the wow, thats a good composition for a picture stage. I'll try to remember to vary a few more things each time.



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