Some Winter Yellowstone shots

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  1. Detoff

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    Absolutely amazing series of shots. #5 is my favorite. What lens were you taking these with? Settings?

    Mark
     
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    I really like #2. They're all good though.
     
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    Damn I would love to get to Yellowstone. Great pics. I like #5 as well. You must have quite the zoom to get those far off shots then the close ups?
     
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    Thanks Everyone! Glad you've all enjoyed them.

    These were taken w/ my 40D & the Canon 100-400. Here's the settings for each shot...
    1.) Exposure Time = 1/250"
    F Number = F7.1
    ISO Speed Ratings = 100
    Exposure Bias Value = +1.33EV
    Focal Length = 170mm

    2.)Exposure Time = 1/250"
    F Number = F7.1
    ISO Speed Ratings = 100
    Aperture Value = 5.63 AV
    Exposure Bias Value = +1.33EV
    Focal Length = 260mm

    3.)Exposure Time = 1/250"
    F Number = F10
    ISO Speed Ratings = 100
    Exposure Bias Value = +1.33EV
    Focal Length = 105mm

    4.)Exposure Time = 1/250"
    F Number = F11
    ISO Speed Ratings = 100
    Exposure Bias Value = +1.67EV
    Focal Length = 400mm

    5.)Exposure Time = 1/250"
    F Number = F5.6
    ISO Speed Ratings = 100
    Exposure Bias Value = ±0EV
    Focal Length = 400mm

    6.)Exposure Time = 1/320"
    F Number = F6.3
    ISO Speed Ratings = 400
    Exposure Bias Value = +1EV
    Focal Length = 400mm


    The shots were just making the best of the situation w/ the lens on the camera. The coyote in #5 wasn't 10 feet away so it was easy to get that "zoomed in." While the coyote in #4 was far away, and the lens was zoomed all the way in... It was far enough away that I went for the open yet simple composition. Hope that helps?
     

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