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    Hi folks ... went to another location to see the Red Deer rut , not yet in full swing as it varies from location to location .
    Image taken from a hide .
    Had to add a bit of canvas on top , bottom and RHS ....not enough time to remove the TC

    Canon EOS 1Dx III
    EF 500 IS L II + 1,4 TC
    Monopod

    F 7,1 ; Iso 3200 ; 1/1250 sec

    Processed with DPP 4 and PSCC 2022

    Thanks for watching and commenting to my previous thread

    Cheers Andreas

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    Looks good Andreas, colour wise. And it pops. Nice detail in the coat.

    Great expression and pose and framing is spot on, lovely work!

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    Gabriela Plesea

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    He looks pretty big and heavy, I am sure he will be a contender this year! The coat is beautifully rendered and the mist in his breath is a really enhancing feature. Very good indeed.

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    Like the breath, needs a sliver more at the foot.

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    Thanks folks for your comments , much appreciated .
    Cheers Andreas

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    Great view, Andreas! Breath is really outstanding, and the gentle rim light really adds to the scene. Sure, it could use a bit below room below, but that's far from a deal breaker. Should ripped off the TC!

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    A shot I always look out for during the rut with the breath really adding to the shot. Would be even more dramatic if taken closer to dawn with the dimmer light but certainly here in the UK you can't always get close to the park deer early enough, may be different in Germany. I keep meaning to get up to Scotland for the really wild ones, but think I'll miss out again this year. Keep em coming

    Mike

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