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How to pose a deer

 
lauderdalems
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Jan 26, 2011 20:39 |  #1

I wish they (3 does) would have come by a little earlier when the lights were stronger, but I take them as they come. I spent 20 minutes getting this one to turn one way or the other.

Oh, and you ask how did I get them to turn.... every time my camera clicked, they would change position. Maybe because I was sitting in my garage 30 feet away had something to do with it. Shot with a 300 f4 - no cropping, 3200ISO


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Jan 26, 2011 21:42 |  #2

She was a patient one. Always fun to watch them, especially that close. Nice pic.:)


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Jan 27, 2011 19:56 |  #3

There is an 8pt that usually comes up just before dark. I have found he is very shy and does not like having his picture taken.


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Jan 28, 2011 13:20 |  #4

nice capture




  
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Jan 29, 2011 10:04 |  #5

I found deer very curious creatures - most species gave excellent poses :)

We were in an open jeep most times and they would keep looking at the jeep......

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