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Male Crowned Lemur - perched 2, Palmarium, Madagascar Best viewed full screen. Some additional f/1.4 experimental shots. I learned along the way that for up close photography, it tends to be too soft, the depth of field is too shallow. At about 5-7m of distance as seen here seems to be a sweetspot for this lens (85mm), enough of the subject is in focus and the background is soft as butter.<br />
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Male Crowned Lemur - perched 2, Palmarium, Madagascar

Best viewed full screen. Some additional f/1.4 experimental shots. I learned along the way that for up close photography, it tends to be too soft, the depth of field is too shallow. At about 5-7m of distance as seen here seems to be a sweetspot for this lens (85mm), enough of the subject is in focus and the background is soft as butter.

Male Crowned Lemur - perched, Palmarium, Madagascar Best viewed full screen. Some additional f/1.4 experimental shots. I learned along the way that for up close photography, it tends to be too soft, the depth of field is too shallow. At about 5-7m of distance as seen here seems to be a sweetspot for this lens (85mm), enough of the subject is in focus and the background is soft as butter.<br />
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  1. Aww, that face is so sweet <3 Posted 2 years ago

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The crowned lemur is a lemur that is 31–36 cm long and weighs 2 kg. Its tail is about 42–51 cm long. The crowned lemur is endemic to the dry deciduous forests of the northern tip of Madagascar. It eats a diet of mostly flowers, fruits, and leaves.

Similar species: Primates
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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By Ferdy Christant

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Uploaded Jan 3, 2020. Captured Jul 22, 2019 11:13 in Vohibinany, Madagascar.
  • NIKON D850
  • f/1.4
  • 1/250s
  • ISO320
  • 85mm