Deer on Nobel Road in Everglades

 
 
 
Deer on Nobel Road in Everglades

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – BIG CYPRESS WMA, FL

Subject Photo exif Data

  • Aperture - ƒ/2.6
  • Camera - C3040Z
  • Focal length - 21mm
  • Iso - 123
  • Shutter speed - 1/100
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17 Comments

 
  1. Roy66 says:

    Impressive work! I don’t impress easy.

  2. KenF23 says:

    VERY COOL PHOTO

  3. Allan.F says:

    Alan, You got treal alent

  4. WildBill says:

    Alan, you got talent!

  5. Sandy.Wolfstein says:

    Simply Fantastic photo

  6. WyldHog says:

    I\’m totally jealous of your work!

  7. Sandra says:

    Outstanding!

  8. Janice says:

    Alan, do you take people out for photo trips??

  9. Anthony Rimmer says:

    Handsome chap. Is that straight from the camera? Could do with tweeking a little, but nice shot all-the-same. Love looking at your photos my friend.

  10. Alan S. Hochman says:

    Hi Anthony, this young male deer was taken with an Olympus 3040z p+s 3.2mp camera

  11. Joseph de Lange says:

    Deer may be elusive subjects for good photos. Either it’s too dark in the woods, or the deer’s behind is the biggie in the photograph with above it a deer head looking back over its shoulder. This photo is great, good atmosphere with the deer well enough defined and a nice light. Like the focusing too. Glad to come across it.

  12. Alan S. Hochman says:

    You sure got that right! I have so many useless deer butt shots! lol
    This one just posed for the pic.

  13. Henry.T says:

    Awesomw pix

  14. markwhitt says:

    man i love your shots ! great pictures !

  15. Brenda says:

    You have some of the most beautiful photographs I have seen. Thank you for sharing. Do you ever take people out on photo shoots?

  16. Barbara Smith says:

    Love Deer..amazing close up shots..to get the close up photo of the fly?!!! Must take alot of patience..your work is beautiful..

  17. Alan S. Hochman says:

    Thank you Barbara. It does take a lot of patience.. and a whole lot of luck. 🙂

 

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