Right now we live at the village, and currently have three hedgehogs hanging around -- at least, three of them included our place in their everyday foraging/scavenging check-list. We tried to take a shot a few times, but...
...you see, as they are mostly nocturnal animals, they use to come at night or late in the evening -- which is simply not fair! and do not benefit to a good photography. I tend to use only natural light, and rely on post-processing, and almost never use extra lighting or flash. A few days ago one of them -- a younger one, I guess only 1 y.o. - came early, when the magic hour still was in the air. We made him interested to stay with a plate of milk and bread, blocked the ways to retreat and - voyla! - you see the result.
|location:||Russian countryside||July 2020||natural lighting|
|camera/lens:||Canon 350D||Tamron 60mm||raw-conv.|
|f 2.2||t 1/50||ISO 400||---|