andyboyle
andyboyle

Stag



stag, autumn, deer

stag, autumn, deer
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Zenith Award
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Winter Award 2020
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suzannealicephotography
 
Congratulations, some beautiful captures in your work 😊
RafaTakami
 
RafaTakami Oct 10
Amazing, beautiful warm colors!
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Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken at Tatton Park Knutsford while on an afternoon walk in the park
Time
lovely sunny Autumn day, the Stag was enjoying some late afternoon sun
Lighting
I positioned myself so the sun was coming through the autumn leaves on the trees
Equipment
Shot with a Sony A7iii and a Sony 70-200 2.8 GM lens
Inspiration
I have seen these magnificent animals several times in the park and wanted to capture something special
Editing
Very little was needed to do in post-processing
In my camera bag
I normally carry with me on walks like this a long telephoto lens like 70-200 and a couple of wide primes 35mm and 14 mm
Feedback
The best thing to do if you wish to capture something like this is to arrive in plenty of time so you can find the animals and work out your best place to be

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