Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Early Arrival


A nice Whitetail Buck steps from the shadows into the warm evening sunlight


Photographing whitetails often involves working in low light conditions. Early mornings and late evening are the best times to encounter them in the open. Fast ISO’s, large apertures and slow shutter speeds are the norm in whitetail photography but on this evening the buck arrived a little early.

4 comments:

photowannabe said...

Your wildlife pictures are always first rate. Great capture Salty.

Old Wom Tigley said...

We see so few deer around here this and pictures like it are so much of a pleasure to see.

Lori said...

Seems like I never have my camera when I see a deer, but I don't have a macro lens for close-ups. Another one of my dreams...

Jill said...

One of my weaknesses... low light conditions. What apt did you use?? Maybe I need a faster piece of glass.

Wish we saw these often. Believe it or not, they are in the middle of our city and see them from time to time.