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Groovyeditor May 05
fabulous
 
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Awesome
 
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Sjobraid May 12
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This photo was taken as is I focused on the ear of the left one then I took one focussing on the other but did not post it
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dianeleef Jun 07
I love the perspective.
 
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kasper Jun 30
Outstanding
 
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Cozmoky Jul 01
Excellent!
 
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iaincathro Jul 03
Fantastic! A bold crop which works so well! Outstanding photography!
 
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MikeBoyle Jul 08
Congratulations on your amazing photo. Nice...very nice
 
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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in Rietvlei Reserve Pretoria South Africa
Time
Taken at 9h00 In good light
Lighting
The lighting was starting to get a little hash but still very good
Equipment
Canon 7D mk2 with a 300 f2.8 lens from the cars window hand held no flash, The buck were quite close
Inspiration
Looking at the buck through the camera I could not get the full head in the frame so I focused on the ear of nthe first one and due to the low F/Stop the seconed one was blurry. I took the shot and kept it for later editting the second shot I focussed on the back one and found it to be also very good
Editing
Only a tad cropping to cut the head in the centre and alittle sharpening
In my camera bag
Wheh I drive in a park I always have a 1d mk4 , 7d Mk 1 , 7d Mk2 and a 500 mk2 in my bag . The lenses I use is 500 F4, 300 F2.8, 50 F1.4 and a 70/200 F2.8
Feedback
When taking a shot like this you must have a lens with a low F/Stop set to the lowest , to blurr the secund head

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