Fawn in low light

Started May 15, 2012 | Discussions
Bigbob Irwin Contributing Member • Posts: 917
Fawn in low light

Was running Mrs Bob for the early morning train when we saw this wee Fawn which looks like it had just been born as we were coming out of the glen. The pictures are not very good as the light was very poor and I put the OMD at 1600iso using the 75-300 Oly lens wide open the fawn was staggering about and I did not want to disturb it too much as did not want to frighten the mother away so quick shots with the car engine still running.

Although the quality is not great due to the low shutter speed and 600mm eqiv FL I thought I would share the pictures as it is not every day you see a new born Fawn

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Aleo Veuliah
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Re: Fawn in low light

Very nice, the second is the best image

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Re: Fawn in low light

Thanks Aleo

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