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Overread 9 4.1k 19 England
19 Aug 2008 5:58PM
Good framing, and you have the focus right - its just a shame they moved too fast -- need a faster shutterspeed Wink

Out of interset what speed were you using at the time?

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19 Aug 2008 6:17PM
settings were ISO400
AP set at F10
Shutter speed automaticly set at 1/100sec
sillygirl 9 9 Sweden
19 Aug 2008 7:17PM
Yeah thats a true cat fight. nice shot.
BERTRAM 10 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2008 7:58PM
A well captured image.
Overread 9 4.1k 19 England
19 Aug 2008 10:04PM
tip when you photographing wildlife is to sit in aperture priority mode, that generaly does well (and it is I think where you are sitting) but also have shutter priority mode set to a fast shutter speed (1/200+) for when these things happen - a twist of the mode dial and away you go - faster shutter speed for action Smile

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