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By gaza1957
Taken at lake district wild life park.

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philhomer Plus
7 77 32 England
6 Jun 2013 9:04AM
not as strong as some of your others due to the distracting background - although many will say they are not important.

if in the same situation again then humour me and use your widest aperture (f4 with this lens), then take a few steps back and shoot for instance at 200mm rather than 110mm - as focal length will also offer greater differential between subject and background

do of course ensure that your shutter speed is that little bit higher to avoid introducing camera shake due to the longer focal length - notes here if of use

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