Patient Button Buck  
     

Patient Button Buck

This little button buck gave me plenty of opportunity to try various shooting angles. But, because of his position, this is the only angle that worked (there is a tree *just* outside of the frame on the right). With the near motionless subject and ISO 800 selected, I was able to use a narrower aperture than I usually use, giving me more depth of field at this close focus distance. The added depth of field specifically allowed a more in-focus nose and ears.

Camera and Lens Settings
600mm  f/8.0  1/125s  ISO 800  3456 x 5184px
Gear Used

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