Truland Photography

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Peebles Island Deer - It's Been a While

I haven't walked around Peebles Island with longer lenses in what seems like a long time. It was a nice clear morning and I was hoping to see the usual White-tailed Deer and maybe an eagle or two.

No luck with the eagles but I ran across over a dozen deer during my 3.5 miles walking around the island. I was carrying my EOS 5D Mark III with vertical grip and EF 70-200mm f/2.8L lens with the 2X III extender, giving me a 140-400mm f/5.6 lens on a full frame body.

Some of these are slightly to moderately cropped except for the shot with the two deer which is not cropped. All are at about 400mm and at f/5.6.

1/250 sec. - ISO 1600

1/750 sec. - ISO 3200

1/500 sec. - ISO 3200

1/500 sec. - ISO 3200

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