There is no shortage of deer on Mount Desert Island, Maine and in Acadia National Park. During my last visit down east I was on my way to a Seascape Photography location when a couple of deer were next to the park loop road chewing on some delicious grass. I pulled over and equipped my Canon camera with a 70-200mm before carefully approaching the deer. While getting in closer I kept shooting. This wildlife photography image shown here is my favorite as the deer looked straight into my camera. After I captured a few pictures I turned around and left the deer in peace.
During post processing I cleaned up the image from unwanted dust spots, adjusted lighting, contrast and color saturation before sharpening the final photograph of Deer.
Good light and happy photo making!
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