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Beautiful capture of a beautiful animal, good clarity, good dof, great shot.
Quote: Beautiful capture of a beautiful animal, good clarity, good dof, great shot.
sorry but have to diasgree with the above - as to me the eyes/face of the subject do not look as sharp as they should.
given your shutter speed is fast enough to (theoretically) avoid issues regards reciprocity and the fact that the chest area seems clearer than the head i suggest that this is perhaps down to you using centre-point focusing?
A really lovely image from a nice low angle, even though I agree with Philhomer. (I have these problems sometimes!)
You dont have to quote a comment and disagree with it Phil, - just simply add your comment. Centre point focusing does not explain the sharply focused front paw, back leg, or reasonably focused tail.
Reciprocity in Photography explained: http://www.wildthingsphoto.com/tips/tip9807.htm
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