But I took these photographs on a reasonably bright autumn day. I mainly shoot on manual settings nowadays, unless the light is very changeable.
As I see an opportunity, I quickly set my camera to 100ASA, or as low as it goes, and set the shutter speed to 1/25th of a second and then adjust the aperture as appropriate, taking a reading using spot metering of a mid tone or from the subject itself.I take a few photographs, panning my camera at the same speed as my subject, and then check my results to see if I need to adjust the shutter speed, depending on how fast the subject is moving. These deers shots were taken at 1/25th of a second at F16. In very bright light, you may need to use a polarising filter or neutral density filter.