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17 Oct 2009 8:03PM
Lovely image


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colmar 10 42 35 Scotland
17 Oct 2009 8:15PM
Superb image well caught thanks for sharing Colin
ahughes3 6 80 2 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2014 8:02PM
Try to leave us your exif info if you can because it's useful when people provide helpful critic, like I'm just about to Smile

Another image with good potential, but I suspect you may have been at the long end of your lens and the shutter speed wasn't quite quick enough to keep the deer fully sharp. At the 250mm end on an overcast day, you should try and push your ISO to 800 or even 1600 in order to get a fast enough shutter speed to keep animals like this sharp. I should know, I have dozens of slightly blurred deer and birds to my name Smile

Keep it up Smile

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