I am sure the title of this particular blog post is going to bring one thing to mind for many - but when I say "Deer hunting" I am using a camera (not any form of ammunition). On our deer hunting rides, I did find several deer hiding out in the Cloudland Canyon State Park - but if you're driving the speed limit and not really hunting, you probably will never see them! This particular photography was more a let's see what this camera can do and I am happy to say that the Nikon D750 is truly very good is extremely low light. Some of these photographs were taken in such dark light that I was amazed it could actually focus as I could barely see the deer with my eyes. I hope you enjoy deer hunting with us as I found it a lot of fun to watch them in their native habitats.
This last one was using the "hi 1" ISO setting that indicates as 51,200 when the photograph is loaded into Lightroom. It was pretty dark when I took this photo, I could barely make out the deer with my own eyes. Quite impressive what this camera can do (Nikon D750 with 70-200 f/4 lens).
Also while we were out shooting, this little bluebird came and sat outside the car window - I love these birds, they are such a vivid blue (especially the males).
That's all for this week - hopefully as we roll into this next week the cold I have been fighting for a few weeks will 'find another home' (ha ha) and I'll be out doing more shooting that I have been the last couple of weeks.
Enjoy and have a great week!