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Paparazzi Snap Fox!  by John Hooton
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Last night I found the contents of a garbage bag dragged along the back yard of my South London home, so I decided to catch the culprit tonight after his evening of celebrating.

Just gone midnight young Brer Fox turned up. “Who me?” said his look and with a quiet pop he was immortalised by the Fox Paparazzi forever!

Technical Details:

Camera: Nikon D3
Lens: Nikkor 24-120mm f/3.5-5.6
Focal Length: 38mm
ISO: 200
Flash: SB-800
Exposure: 1/60 sec at f/4.2
Post Processing: Photoshop CS3

© 2008 John Hooton Photography

Retired Professional Photographer, web designer, software developer, still dabbling in photography and all things technical!

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  • barkeypf
    barkeypfover 6 years ago

    Busted! how nice to be able to get this photo. Well done.

  • Thanks Paul, I was thrilled as I had to be as cunning as a fox to get it!

    – John Hooton

  • PrairieRose
    PrairieRoseover 6 years ago

    OH MY! This is such a priceless shot John………….No one can resist a face like that!! Absolutely lovely candid capture………….. Cheers, Rose :))))

  • Thank you so much Rose, he is young and innocent just like we all were once! :-))

    – John Hooton

  • Maximus
    Maximusover 6 years ago

    Amazing effort. :)

  • Thank you kindly Maximus.

    – John Hooton

  • pryere
    pryereover 6 years ago

    Marvellous capture, well done.

  • Thank you Pryere, isn’t it just wild in London!!

    – John Hooton

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 6 years ago

    Worth the wait!

  • I was fairly lucky in that respect – he was early. I was dreading that all my batteries would go flat before he arrived!

    – John Hooton

  • midzing
    midzingover 6 years ago

    awesome capture,,, perfect lighting,,, well done

  • Thank you Midzing, you are very kind, and I am honoured that you made this a favourite.

    – John Hooton

  • Kaimarie
    Kaimarieover 6 years ago

    excellent shot =)

  • Thanl you Kai-Marie, there must be a few of these in Brighton. :-))

    – John Hooton

  • GailD
    GailDover 6 years ago

    Sprung!! What innocent eyes though. I’ll bet he didn’t hang around.

  • You are right Gail, although bold, this young fellow was pretty jumpy. He is no pushover!

    – John Hooton

  • Farmncamera
    Farmncameraover 6 years ago

    He even gave you a good back drop!! Tell me this is NOT staged!!! Some people have ALL the talent!!!. :) xx

  • Hi Elaine. Well I did need some cunning so I put a bowl of food down (which I have removed in CS3) and I used my computer to control the camera via Nikon’s Camera Control Pro software. The camera was prefocused at 0.8m. You are right – staged!! :-)) xx

    – John Hooton

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosover 6 years ago
    Exit…stage left!!!! LOL…Excellent capture John!!! *-)
  • LOL… that just about sums it up! Thanks Debs.

    – John Hooton

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