Marvellous Photos of Deer


Wildlife photography can be difficult at the best of times, but when you're photographing an animal as skittish as a deer, it can turn very frustrating. We think this collection shows how deer photographs can turn out with a little luck and patience.
Winter Meal by Jan Tik, on Flickr
IMG_0379 by mike138, on Flickr

Into the light.. by law_keven, on Flickr

deer by mike138, on Flickr

One day….all this WILL be mine… by law_keven, on Flickr

newborn fawn just 2 minutes after birth by slopjop, on Flickr

That's What I call Posing:-) by mysza831, on Flickr

Christmas is Coming… by law_keven, on Flickr

IMG_0093 by mike138, on Flickr

Thule Elk cry by tibchris, on Flickr

Master of all he surveys… by law_keven, on Flickr

coming back to life by TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³, on Flickr

Deer Oh Deer…. by law_keven, on Flickr

deer trio by Jeremiah John McBride, on Flickr

Happy New Year!!!! by Dawn Huczek, on Flickr

I Think He's Noticed Me by Furryscaly, on Flickr

graceful deer by Dawn Huczek, on Flickr

If you come any closer your toast… by law_keven, on Flickr

The eye of the deer by Tambako the Jaguar, on Flickr

Bull elk losing it's velvet – Digitized Velvia Slide film by Alan Vernon., on Flickr

What you looking at by BG³Photo, on Flickr

Untitled by gibffe, on Flickr

Mother's Love by Koshyk, on Flickr

Running Buck by Space Ritual, on Flickr

Innocent (DSC0035) by Schristia, on Flickr

The boys are back in town.. by law_keven, on Flickr

on the move by Dawn Huczek, on Flickr

IMG_0102 by mike138, on Flickr

About Author

Rob is the founder of Light Stalking. His love for photography started as a child with a Kodak Instamatic and pushed him into building this fantastic place all these years later, and you can get to know him better here.
Rob's Gear
Camera: Nikon D810
Lenses: Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8

Another amazing collection. Tip my hat to ‘Winter Meal’
I went to Richmond Park in October last year, arriving before sunrise and got some (I think) stunning pictures. Here are the two good ones of deer.

The complete set is here:
I’ve learnt a lot since then about colour balance/adjustment, so would probably do them a little differently now.

well done ! where exactly pls, Richmond, Br. Columbia? I think animals are much easier subjects to photograph than people ! thx

Another incredible collection of photography by Light Stalking. Deer are such lovely and picturesque animals. I especially like the first two photographs in the collection.

I thought I’d removed that last comment as my picture didn’t show up.

I wish there was a preview button on here – if I get it wrong, please delete!

[url=]Laugh? I almost…..[/url] by [url=]CarolAnn Photos[/url], on Flickr

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