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07-13-2020, 08:04 AM - 32 Likes   #1
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A visual guide to bird photography

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A Guide to Bird Photography – bird and moon

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Best advice for bird photography.... just wing it!
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I have a lot of experience in exquisite leaf detail... unless I am after exquisite leaf detail...
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Very accurate

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LOL!!! Spot on
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Very nice, but not perfect. For a perfect image there would need to be bird poo as well. Exquisite snow detail, by the way ;-)
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its always the equipments fault never an operator problem for the exquisitely sharp and perfectly composed leaves, bark, and branches i have shot over the years. thats my story and I'm sticking to it. if i say it really fast three times i will actually start to believe it.

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I have all of those shots, except "why" I'll have to try harder.
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I have many hummingbird poo shots, blurry of course. Fox images with only the feet in focus..well done post....live and learn....
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We wouldn't love it so much if it was easy.
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Why ask "why"?
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in another thread, i asked someone about a background they used for a macro shot, and they responded that they had a stock of out of focus cloudy skies. I responded i had a similar set of shots from my missed BIF shots
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It takes a superior lack of skill to miss the entire bird. Poof!

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The original post and the comments are among the best I have seen at Pentaxforums! Bravo!
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