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Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

A few of Red Deer shots taken with the E-M5 with the 75 f1.8 attached in pretty awful light and weather. Shot at Tom Doun in Scotland.


Inquisitive Stag - Tom Doun 191 by Alby Oakshott, on Flickr


Shaking off the weather by Alby Oakshott, on Flickr


Does my bum look big in this by Alby Oakshott, on Flickr
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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

Fantastic images, for some reason the 2nd one really appeals (maybe because although the other two are excellent I have seen similar before whereas "Shaking off the Weather" is different? )

Doesn't the system work well for you!

Are these crops (if not, how did you manage to get so incredibly close?) . If they are the detail is excellent
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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

3 super shots there, difficult to choose a favourite but the first is very impressive considering the conditions.
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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

These are brilliant. It's difficult to pick a favourite because they're all so good. The light may have been rotten but it doesn't come across in the images.
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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

Damn Damn and double damn. I've waited years to get a shot like no2.
Very very envious and only extremely jealous.

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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

Very nice images - well done

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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

These are all very beautiful & impressives shots!

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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

Couldn't agree with everyone more those are three superb shots. Super sharp and excellent compositions and expressions.
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Impressive images of this iconic animal in it's natural habitat...brilliant!

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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

Fantastic shots Alby!
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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

What can I say that hasn't already been said.

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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

Superb set of image, if I had to pick one it would be no1.
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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

Lovely set, No1 for me with the caption "are you looking at me"
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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

A stand out set Alby, I wouldn't like to pick a favourite out of those three
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Re: Red Deer with the 75mm f1.8

Ditto everything that's been said already. You must have some good stalking skills.

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