I captured this shot from the Werribee Zoo which is an opened zoo. It was my second time I've been there. I'm not too sure whether this one called a "Cervus Nippon"? anyone knows? My friend told me the name in Thai which I'm not so sure about it.
See my really old shot with my old camera HERE
All comments are welcome.
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clodreno (0) 2004-03-13 4:09
Nice image.. You are working on Henry's footpaths. I don't know the name of it, but sure it's beautiful. Well done.
manny (21833) 2004-03-13 4:19
No clue about the name too but I have to say this is a good composition of soft colors. ThE Play of shadow on his neck is ineteresting. Good work.
jhm (139200) 2004-03-13 4:29
It's lovely animal great shot Din, colours are good, pety litlle bit paw be missing, but it's beautiful. Well done.
robbertjan (2906) 2004-03-13 4:39
Wow Din. He looks angry..You have captured a lot of expression of this animal. So close but very sharp with good details. I like the way you have composed the picture. Well seen!
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2004-03-13 4:40
Beautiful and noble animal. Captured so expertly by you, the shadow is captivating, and the texture of the fur is nice too,
zto (292) 2004-03-13 5:29
An impressive animal and well captured. I like your DoF, it lets the animal be in focus. It would have been in focus with larger DoF as well becuse of teh very nice background but the short DoF enhances teh animal even more. Great job.
PechePassion (483) 2004-03-13 6:10
Expression intérressante pour cette animal, pour le cadrage c'est très bien mis en scène.
les couleurs sont très bonnes de par leur douceur.
summer89 (5422) 2004-03-13 7:20
great photo ad well captured., Din. I like the focus. well done
nwoehnl (122) 2004-03-13 10:26
A top quality wildlife shot, Din. You captured a great posture and expression here, I really like how he is turning his head (which casts a pretty shadow of head and antlers on his skin). Excellent sharpness and wonderful natural colors in the animal as well as in its natural (well, as natural as one can consider a zoo) surroundings where you captured it. Your photographic versatility is great.
Clochette (8076) 2004-03-14 9:28
Excellent capture, Din. I cannot see what could be improved here. The posture of the animal was ideal, the DOF is great and colors are so natural. Wonderful.
- Copyright: Din Tiranatvitayakul (cool_s15) (4050)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-02-07
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Canon EOS 10D, Canon 70-200 f4 L, JPEG ISO 100, Hoya UV Filter
- Exposure: f/4.5, 1/1000 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Wildlife [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-03-13 4:05