Side Eye

Swans are interesting to photograph, it seems like it either really comes out great or not at all (not much middle ground in shots I’ve taken of them.) Largely they can be tricky because of the white feathers which are easily washed out with the wrong camera settings. I like the curve of the neck and reflection when the water conditions are right. I’m pretty sure this guy was keeping an eye on me, though a telephoto lens helps keep away from getting pecked at. 

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Camera Settings

F-stop: f/20
Exposure: 1/250 seconds
ISO: 160
Focal Length: 226mm