Over the Easter weekend, my family, Hayley & I visited the Port Lympne Safari Park. It was partly an excuse to take lots of photos, and partly a nice day out.
All of these images were taken with my dads Sigma 100-300mm lens. It’s an alright lens but having inspected it closely, I’m not happy with the sharpness. Regardless, the photos came out alright and I’m relatively happy with my first extended use of a long lens.
It’s hard to get really good photos as a zoo because the scenarios you can capture photos are ether from the other side of a wire fence or on a moving truck. These are the best of the ~600 or so images I took. 1
- I’m still getting to grips with editing a large number of images with Lightroom. Excuse the colours. ↩