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    Another Deer Photo

    Another Deer Photo
    I have been on the sideline with my photography for a while and now it's time to get back in the game. So I got out the trusty D90 and I thought it might be time to dust off my rarely used Nikon 55-300 1:4.5-5.6G ED VR. We have several deer that tend to stay in our yard and while I don't feed them they have no fear of us, but we (us and them) never get too close. This young buck had been making the rounds between my place and the neighbors eating grass and any fruit that might be on the ground. It was getting late in the day when I managed to catch a few shots as he strolled through the back yard.

    For some reason the data is not showing.
    Taken: 10/29/2018 1655
    Nikon D90
    Nikon 55-300 1:4.5-5.6G ED VR DX
    f/5.3
    1/250 sec
    ISO 800
    Expos. Bias: 0 step
    Focal length: 240mm
    Max Apeture: 4.9
    Metering Mode: Center weighted average




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                            Re: Another Deer Photo

                            Another Deer Photo
                            Nice looking animal, two things hit me about it, first its a bit dull, i gave it a lift in this edit.

                            Another Deer Photo-sz6evc3f.jpg



                            The second point is i would like a different crop, more along the lines of this.

                            Another Deer Photo-sz6evc3c.jpg
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                            Re: Another Deer Photo

                            Thank you, Mike, that is the information I'm looking for. I did play with it in PaintShop, but I wanted to post the unedited photo even though it is too dark. The crop is a big improvement.

                            I wonder why the EXIF data does not appear?
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                            Re: Another Deer Photo

                            Quote Originally Posted by jkinzel View Post
                            Thank you, Mike, that is the information I'm looking for. I did play with it in PaintShop, but I wanted to post the unedited photo even though it is too dark. The crop is a big improvement.

                            I wonder why the EXIF data does not appear?
                            I think two possible reasons for exif loss are first if your image is too large the forum can strip it during resizing (dont think its that though this time) the other is the way you save it after resizing, i only use photoshop but i have a feeling if i use save for web it can strip it,i normally just resize with out saving for web.
                            Mike

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                            Nikon Z50,Nikon16-50MM,Nikon50-250MM,FTZ Adapter
                            Sigma 100-400, Sigma 105mm macro
                            Nikon V2,10-30MM,30-110MM FT1 Adapter

















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