Posted on March 16, 2014
Abby had ACL surgery in September of ’13 so we were more than a little concerned that she would not be able to hunt again. We went out on Saturday for a short hunt at Black Meadow in New York’s Warwick Valley. We put four birds out and she found five – not unusual for Abby, she is always cleaning up after lesser dogs. This is a point on a Chukar (Partridge family) near the end of our short hunt.
The picture was taken with my new Fuji X100S at 1/1700, f8, ISO 320, 23mm (fixed). This is my first experience with the X100S and so far I am very impressed. The dynamic range in the shot was very high and I adjusted exposure in Lightroom with no noticeable noise or artifacts. Most of the adjustments for this shot were done in Lightroom with some retouching and blur added in Photoshop.