Silverback Gorilla C&C

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  1. dak1b

    dak1b TPF Noob!

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    Hello All!

    Photographs I took of the Silverback Gorilla.

    C&C Welcome!:thumbup:

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    F7.1 1/250 ISO 200
    Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Zoom Lens


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    F6.3 1/160 ISO 200
    Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Zoom Lens
     
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  2. RKW3

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    Their both blurry. I think you should try a faster shutter speed while making your aperture around f/5.6.

    Just my thought.
     
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    ya it was hard to not get a blur because I was shooting into glass. :p
     
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    Glass doesn't matter.. Bump up the ISO to ISO400. Should fix this.

    Some zoo shots I use around ISO3200.
     
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    thanks for the tip :thumbup: it was my first zoo shoot.
     
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    Nice job!! I personally would not go beyond ISO 400 and manual focus would be better so the lens doesn't try to lock in on the glass. Works well ;)
     

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