One minute photoshoot with Alpaca
Nikon D700, f/3.5, 24mm, Tilt Shift, ISO 200

I found out the funny way that Alpaca get bored after meeting a new person rather quickly.  While in Lambertsville, New Jersey I wanted to photography these furry strange looking animals so bad and yet they walk away too fast for brackets.  Fortunately they grouped together inside the barn and posed for five brackets before moving again.

Nikon D700, f/3.5, 24mm, Tilt Shift, ISO 200
Nikon D700, f/3.5, 24mm, Tilt Shift, ISO 200

Alpaca (Vicugna pacos) is a domesticated species of South American camelid. It resembles a small llama in appearance.

Photo Tip:  When all else fails, turn around.  You never know what is lurking behind you, waiting to be photographed.  For instance, this chair.  Yup, there it was staring me down.  The chair waits for the brackets to finish.

Nikon D700, f/4, ISO 200, 24mm, Tilt Shift
Nikon D700, f/4, ISO 200, 24mm, Tilt Shift

Thanks for reading and happy shooting,

Scott

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Cute! I love alpacas!
    Where in Lambertville is this? Is there an alpaca farm there?

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