It was great to share it with my family thanks.Johnny7604, this report and photos could almost serve as a "poster board" for a family hunt. Where did you learn your long distance shooting skills? Do you live out West where you can practice them? Just curious.
Thanks. The camera is a Panasonic GH5 with a 12-60mm and 100-300mm lens. The settings you would have to talk to my wife or daughter about. Post editing and touch ups were done by myself with Lightroom and I experimented a little with some of the Photoshop presets. You can do some really neat stuff if you use Lightroom on a picture that has a Photoshop preset on it. I will post some of those in later updates.Photos are excellent, can you give us some details, camera, lens, setup, after work etc.
Only one problem with a hunter that can shoot well and has some luck.
Now what! Go for another one, I did!
I had zero interest in these little guys until I found out where they lived and how tough they can be to hunt.
Fortune and skill came together for you. Congratulations.
Really enjoying your report. Great photos! Thanks for sharing your tips.