Last weekend, I had the chance to revisit Hsinchu Zoo. I revisited my old favorites, the crab-eating macaques, and they were especially lively. I then made my way up to an area which I neglected before – the orangutans, tigers, and bears. I have a previous post with photos from the first time I visited.
These shots were all made with the Nikkor 70-300mm. I had to turn the ISO up to 1600 and was shooting at f/5.6, the widest aperture at 300mm. While I could’ve used a wider aperture (meaning a more expensive lens), there was a decent amount of light, though I felt like I was racing the sun.