We have 4-5 deer hanging around this winter and they are regular visitors at my bird feeding station. They do a wonderful job of keeping the ground cleaned up-there’s rarely any seed on it in the morning, but they do have hearty appetites. This youngster was cleaning up peanut butter intended for the Chickadees, Juncos, etc. It didn’t mind the flash a bit.
Anything. I cloned out the tip of a piece of rebar that supports the feeding pole.
I toned down the brighter upper areas of the background-was it sufficient? How’s the composition?
7DII, Sigma 150-600 C @ 260 mm, gimbal head mounted to blind window, f/8, 1/250, iso 2500, manual exposure, fill flash at -2 2/3 EV. Processed in LR & PS CC. Cropped from the right and top to 4824x3354 for composition. Taken at 8:46 am on January 3rd under cloudy skies.