Sunday, November 25, 2012

Snowy Woodlands

A steady hand, a long and fast lens...and maybe some carrots were all useful to capture these kinds of images.

We were out at a cabin in the woods over the weekend and had the delight of deer company. When the snow began to fall it was absolutely magical.
My aperture was f/5.6 and shutter speed 1/100 for this one while my focal length was 300.

For this duo pair having a bit of a stare-down, I shot at f/5 and a speed of 1/125. My focal length was 150.

And finally, this snow-capped buck was shot at f/5.6 with a shutter speed of 1/100. My focal length was 300.

6 comments:

  1. I love your winter pictures and miss winter with snow! This picture is amazing! how you manage to take this? :)

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    1. A nice lens helps...and maybe some carrots...

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    2. hah, carrots... i see ;) :D

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    1. The deer were so beautiful and their presence was such a gift!

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  3. Incredible. With them in view, the steady hand would be the difficult part for me!

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