Bighorn Sheep

AndrewWAndrewW Big grinsVictor, IDPosts: 28Registered Users Big grins
edited November 18, 2016 in Wildlife
Bighorn sheep in Yellowstone from a few weeks ago. I took the plunge into FF when the 5D IV came out. I'm digging the shallower DOF compared to what I get on a 7D with the same lens.

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  • EiaEia Major grins Posts: 3,597Registered Users Major grins
    edited November 16, 2016
    Great light and detail. Very noble looking.
  • StumblebumStumblebum I shoot, therefore I am Posts: 7,462Registered Users Major grins
    edited November 17, 2016
    Just great!

    If you got slight room on the right, that would help balance the negative (wonderful) space on left.
  • roaddog52roaddog52 Major grins In the sticks, NE of SeattlePosts: 1,082Registered Users Major grins
    edited November 17, 2016
    Great capture thumb.gifthumb. Good job of isolating the eye. Judging by the condition of the horn on the far side, this old boy has had a battle or two.
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  • AndrewWAndrewW Big grins Victor, IDPosts: 28Registered Users Big grins
    edited November 18, 2016
    roaddog52 wrote: »
    Judging by the condition of the horn on the far side, this old boy has had a battle or two.

    Indeed, probably the oldest one I've seen in the park.
    Stumblebum wrote: »
    Just great!

    If you got slight room on the right, that would help balance the negative (wonderful) space on left.

    Thanks, not in this moment. I had single-point focus in that spot and waiting for him to look up, which was only briefly. It's a lot of space on the left, but I can use it for something like a wallpaper. I do have some other poses where he was more centered.
    Eia wrote: »
    Great light and detail. Very noble looking.

    Thanks thumb.gif
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