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deer in garden

By christinecilia
took this at work to day can you help i had to focus right in but when i do this it is aways grany how can i get roun that. regards christineSad

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
25 Jun 2013 4:44PM
must have been quite some distance away?...You're probably heavily cropped in...and this is what you get I'm afraid with only 41.3mm

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thank you. christineGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3512 Canada
25 Jun 2013 5:10PM
Is this all of the original image, or did you crop it to make the Deer larger? If so, can yo upload the original, - just use upload modification. If you dont have it, can you respond anyway.

Next question, was it shot through a window?


The settings look ok, - at 41.3 mm its equivalent to about 250mm equivalent, so shutter is ok.



Regards


Willie
it looks what christine says and may be some heat haze,well done.


billy
johnlw 9 1 10 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2013 5:11PM
A good attempt it would be nice if we all had 400mm lenses.SmileSmileSmile
Regards John.
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3512 Canada
25 Jun 2013 5:14PM
Can you explain "focus right in" also plse, - not sure what you mean. You have other shots from this camera at higher zooms and theyre very good.



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paulbroad 9 116 1057 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2013 5:29PM
A Munkjac I think. Some movement I think. I would still want support at 1/250 sec. The one over rule is a guide and you can still get movement which looks to be the case here. I would also suspect you have cropped heavily. Whatever, the grain is actually image break up due to lack of resolution. Restt the camera on something solid if a tripod or monopod are not available.

I, like Willie, also suspect this is through glass. That will not help, especially if it's double glazing.

Paul
i try to get as close as i could with out the deer running off i think i was trying to rush this shot.Sad
Chinga Plus
5 3 1 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2013 11:01AM
She's very beautiful. The focus.... well it happens to us all. Grin
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