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When you disturb the hosts...........


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When you disturb the hosts........ sent on January 01, 2020 (20:44) by Andress77. 5 comments, 241 views. [retina]

con Nikon TC-14E II, 1/1250 f/5.6, ISO 400, hand held.

La scena è stata decisamente esilarante,il simpatico cagnetto d'un tratto si è diretto deciso verso gli stambecchi abbaiando,dopo un primo momento di stupore in cui questi ultimi sono scappati via di qualche metro uno dei 2 si è girato deciso a ristabilire le gerarchie e ha cominciato a caricare pronto all'incornata!...Il cagnetto si è ammutolito all'istante e se l'è data a gambe levate! fortunatamente il tutto si è concluso con la fuga e senza ferimenti da entrambe le parti. Credo che abbia imparato la lezione!

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sent on January 01, 2020 (20:47)

There are some who are less proud ;-)
Super photo!

sent on January 01, 2020 (21:03) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

When you don't keep our dog on a leash 8-)
Good colors and compositional crop. With higher iso you could freeze the action more but sometimes you don't have time to intervene.
Hello, laurel

sent on January 01, 2020 (21:06)

@Elleemme : Or then speed priority or aperture priority and automatic ISO with a limit ;-)

sent on January 01, 2020 (21:28) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

It depends on the settings chosen by the photographer @Run66. I, for example, prefer to always resort to the priority of diaphragm to chase a certain sharpness and/or depth of field , I avoid the automatic iso function precisely because I try to intervene while photographer (pro-activity ).
There are, however, cases where, for example, engaged in filming the landscape, it is not expected to become witnesses of a chase between two animals ... too many parameters to change and you photograph with those set 2 seconds before :-

sent on January 01, 2020 (21:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thank you for your comments!
Actually the situation came a bit of a surprise and I didn't have time to adjust the various parameters, I would have missed the moment.
Even the light wasn't the best, it was about 1 p.m.
The crop is pushed, unfortunately I wasn't close enough to the subjects

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