|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This is pretty much the same setting on my camera as you saw the earlier posts if you are following...|
trying to use my 300mm at full length and experimenting with various setting to see the DOF...
It is better to go 1/200 or over on your shutter speed on hand held with long barrels to get a reasonable sharpness...you may have to increase your ISO to 400 to get that in hard sun light...
Thanks for your support...
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- [2012-09-05 11:18]
I like the detail on offer, especially the wispy hairs seen around the eyes and nose. I also like the out of frame style presentation, its never easy to cuty around object sometimes and not leave jagged edges that shot against a new backdrop. You have made a neat job of it. tfs
This is simply a fantastic post, David ji!
Amazing focus and sharpness you have got in this picture, and light is just beyond imagination.
Well balanced exposure and the long eyelashes of the deer are so beautiful and shown in detail.
Nicely executed work!
Hi David...nice shot. Perfect pose and focus. Nice work.
Love you subject! Excellent sharpness and details on the fuzzy ears, with even lashes and whiskers nicely in focus. Nicely blurred, green BG to really isolate her well. Like your frame, seems as if she wants climb out of it!