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    Default Running Pheasant…

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    Moving subject is a challenge for the photography, in this picture i manage to freeze the motion, Read More on this LINK





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    How about a little more detail here before directing people off to your own site? In fact, you could put a little more in both places. For example, where were you? Did you wait for the pheasant to pass a particular place or just seize an opportunity? How many failed shots did you get compared to keepers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wulf View Post
    How about a little more detail here before directing people off to your own site? In fact, you could put a little more in both places. For example, where were you? Did you wait for the pheasant to pass a particular place or just seize an opportunity? How many failed shots did you get compared to keepers?

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    Thanks for the suggestion, infact i am writing more in my blog and posting here was to show the motion on background and still-life more than showing the story, anyway, this photo gose back to September 2012 UK trip, in a privet farm in Ingatestone, a group of pheasants Was walking almost every afternoon from the feilds passing and they are very fast when seeing me, i manage to take some pictures but this one has the action of running, i use the Nikon D90 camera with my new Nikon 18-300m lens the pheasant was about 45-55 meter away; i move my hand as fast as the subject and take more than 10 shots this one is the best.

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