how does this happen?
today I'm out shooting and I see this hawk on top of a tree. I stop the car and get out and he then flies off to another tree but now I'm facing dead into the sun. I was using my nikon D4 with the 300 f.8 prime with a nikon 1.7 tc.
shooting shutter priority with a fast shutter 3200 and ISO 2500. not the best settings but I had just been shooting another hawk in a much darker setting.
I was just curious how the shot would look right into a very low strong sun. when I shot it and looked at it I noted F stop was F 36.
I didn't think this camera or lens would even go to F36?
How does this happen?