I got a new iPod Touch last week and the biggest change to my 2nd gen which it replaces is the camera.
An open-source guide to working with light.
The Bastards Book of Photography by Dan Nguyen
The foxes will curl up in the middle of the garden and sleep, they will also stretch out and appear to be asleep. But I can’t get close enough.
I’m using a Tamron 70-300mm and right outside the back door this is the full view.
And this is as close as it will focus. Ignore the fact it isn’t in focus – the point was how much of the frame I can fill with his face.
Is another lens the only way I can get closer or would a converter be a good route?
These are taken using the Sport mode and the remote control. This is why they are slightly wonky, out of focus and the foxes don’t look relaxed (relatively speaking). A robin swooped in for one – pity it didn’t focus better.
And two closer cropped from above:
These were all taken with the Canon 50/1.8 and have not been altered apart from resizing/cropping.
We now have 3 fox cubs.
and quite a nice profile of a probable relation.
A little more detail. Cropped, resized but nothing else done to them.
(He was just starting to yawn)
Originals can be had if you want.