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Author 'Chrisostome' A voir (Id 121127 ) : Wildlife photography, these are emotions, true moments of happiness, and ... also frustration! So, last night blocked by a slope covered with tall grasses that preceded a ditch filled with more than one meter of water and a thick hedge. Fortunately, a timely holes allowed me to make this shot (as flown through a keyhole) that I could improve so that I was not more than 30 meters from this kid who didn has not seen. Damn, damn, damn!



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EXIF : Brand: Canon | Camera: Canon EOS 30D | Objectif: Canon EF 100-400mm F/4.5-5.6L IS USM
Aperture: f/5.6 | Exposure time: 1/750 s | ISO: 500 | Focal: 400 mm | Metering: Spot (3)
Prog. expo.: Programme créatif (4) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 02/07/2010 20:18:55
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> Clericus [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 28, 2010
: 3: Nice discovery. I notice the beautiful animal is completely static. Multiple indexes on the neck and upper back. What all these critters on the back end? Voracious horseflies, ticks. Both at the same time perhaps. How did you handle the blur?
 
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 28, 2010
 
Rapid diagnosis on a low resolution photo! In France, as in Africa, domestic or wild animals are often surrounded by a retinue of flies. Parasitism is infrequent or less intense in our region where population densities and environmental conditions, including food, are quite favorable. Finally, if ticks are not so rare and well to be classified among the parasites, as n is not (at least in my view) the gadfly.
 
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 28, 2010
 
Blur? It simply reflects the fact that I could photograph this beautiful doe by a gap in the hedge that separated me. It is the leaves that bring this blur I would rather avoid, but ultimately created an atmosphere that seems popular photo hunt.
 
 > Clericus >Reply
Sep 29, 2010
 
In any case the blur which revolves around giving the beautiful, it is a success: 2: ... You have double chance. You could get close very near the doe at 30 yards! Here is unthinkable, there is such poaching: 9: that stressed animals are only visible telephoto ... And yet.
 
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 29, 2010
 
Here again, it does not approach a deer within 250 yards! It was the first time that I was as physically close to the animal, with a wind well oriented, but I was completely concealed and hidden behind a hedge ... And I also had a TV mounted on a 400 mm 30 D (640 mm equivalent anyway).
 
> Cathygdb >Reply Aug 24, 2010
I really like photo processing and I'll add anything to all the comments, it would duplicate: 3:: 1: I keep the thrill of being close to a stray animal ... but are you sure this is a female: she has a mustache: 19:: 19:
 
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 24, 2010
 
Precisely in nature, they do not shave! And only the male sex has horns ...
 
 > Cathygdb >Reply
Aug 24, 2010
 
Very good answer, Chrisostome ... and relatively fair, I think. Basically, it can be more fun to be a female animal that a woman: 19:!
 
> Chouna [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Aug 22, 2010
Damn damn damn why? It's beautiful this picture, I find it very beautiful ... I will keep them warm in a corner of my most beautiful wallpaper. Thank you, it's really beautiful: 6:
 
> Bgeneve [G] [P] [C] >Reply Aug 09, 2010
: 4: Very nice picture, I love: 4: I am very surprised patience. Very beautiful look in her eyes.
 
> Sarah >Reply Aug 08, 2010
: 6:: 3: This photo is very beautiful and what patience to get to this shot, thank you.
 
> Fleur Bleue >Reply Jul 10, 2010
6: You do not know p. E. No, but with a great shot, I'll make a canvas ... Each of his talent, but yours really gives me the taste to resume painting and all that goes into this art ... Oh thank you very much again and again ... "Good day! Blue Flower ...: 3:: 3:: 5:
 
> WebMaster FEI [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 09, 2010
I think that without the tall grass, I shall not have put it in my favorites. It gives a picture far more interesting and original. Some even express to add time: 18:.
 
> Léna [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 08, 2010
Holala ... : 18: you're very difficult: 19:, I find myself this beautiful picture ... Besides, I must not have seen the number of twists that starred a. She is very cute kid and I love this presentation. For me too ... in favorites. Thank you for this beautiful sharing. 6:
 
> RAYD2B [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 08, 2010
Wonderful and ... Admired: 3: What a splendid photo the 400mm, this can help but not help the luck ... So as I always say, the right place at the right time and especially the good reflex to click: 1:.
 
> Sailor [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 08, 2010
What about such a beautiful image, the development is excellent, great topic. Well done for this shot, perseverance pays. It goes straight into my gallery.
 
> Manon >Reply Jul 07, 2010
Beautiful picture this young doe. Shooting exceptional emerging beauty, delicacy and tenderness. Bravo.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 06, 2010
1: This kid is cute and very clear with his searching eyes. The presentation very much: Chrisostome Bravo and thank you. 3:
 
> Kinou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 06, 2010
Watching nature (and only that: 18:) by the keyhole does not interfere, instead, it provides a confidential nature discovery: Thanks to you we also see, thank you: 19:: 6:.
 
> Boxani [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 06, 2010
Tough wildlife photography: thank you for the move at any time and there nice picture. Well done to look through the keyhole!
 
> Kaenafelix [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 06, 2010
3: It looks like Bambi's Mom looking for her fawn, it's great to be able to give the feel of a cartoon, which I love. Technically I'm not savvy enough to comment objectively: 7: But for the artistic side, I say: 3:: 6: Friendship.
 
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 05, 2010
Any candid midst of this halo of green and yellow colors, this kid is great. 6:
 
> Tintin.dd [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 05, 2010
This photo is superb: 6: I like a lot, very clean animal is the strongest among all the herbs blur: 1:. Congratulations: 3:: 3: and thank you.
 
> Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 05, 2010
Chrisostome worry you had the animal in its natural state and the unexpected. That, I think he, the essential and quality pro nature photographer in the great size ... subject. I fully understand your difficulties of shooting on the ground. Thank you, you've passed your 'kid'. Bravo! Marc. 3:
 
> Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 05, 2010
This gap is precisely the opportunity that you must ... The deer in the tall grass was classic ... In addition to this, your image as well, admits no frame, it is already naturally there. Fabulous trip: 2:: 2:
 
> Rosesetviolettes >Reply Jul 05, 2010
What a nice photo of this little beast! This is perhaps not voluntary but the blurred effect to add this picture. Very nice! 4:
 
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 05, 2010
I do not see what he would have to change, this picture has the merit of being "alive", it looks like your kid wanted to see the inside of the lens (it is curious these little creatures! lol) 5:: 6: This is it sweetie! I love the little white border on its ear ...
 
> Chasseur de temps [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 05, 2010
Everyone knows that it is precisely these inevitable frustrations that make the pleasure even more intense. And here, for what is fun, the bar was very high! As the party that you were able to draw from this situation, I agree 100% the opinion of Charlie and I would go one step further by adding that here a different layout, although it could not be considered unnecessary, quite the contrary. Your choice is particularly timely as it is he who marks out the hunting side of your image: your kid is well positioned (coded picture) "patch", this patch that is trying to hit all the followers of the shooting when they are facing to a target. So for me, there is nothing to change in your image.
 
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 05, 2010
Well, precisely, I think she does not lack charm as well, this photo is a beautiful shot, Chris. Bravo!
 
> Rc >Reply Jul 04, 2010
Chrisostome Hello, Well no there is nothing to regret, I like the blur well placed and I think he is welcome here. Just a crop with the animal a little more to the left would be welcome? In any case BRAVO and THANK YOU for this shot.
 
> Charly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 04, 2010
I love the animal photos. The atmosphere of hunting (the photographs) is captured with the first well and the background fades to preserve the area of the subject in focus. : 3:: 1: The balance here does not bother me.
 
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 04, 2010
Already having seen it is super, very nice taking a very nice kid. : 1:: 4:
 
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