Bird Photography Tips

Bird Photography Tips

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  1. Bhutan Lhayul Tours and Travels

    Thanks Brent for sharing the tips. I have a canon 50 d but only a 18 – 200 mm lense. Am looking to get another lens with a long lens … maybe the 400 mm lens.
    Hey.. if you're interested to do a birdwatching tour to bhutan, do let me know. Cheers, Jigme

  2. hi Brent love you videos and  your photos  

    Greetings from Iceland  
    Gummi Falk 

  3. Beautiful shots, but the tips are pretty obvious. Was hoping for something more inciteful and informative.

  4. How IS A 18-300 Lens for Bord photography?

  5. nice closeup details

  6. I let the camera decide, and I focus on a fast shutter speed – but it's normally wide open, about f5.6 on that lens. Brent

  7. What f stop do you use with your fast shutter speed if the bird is tucked in the shadows of a tree?

  8. Do you have a Flickr account: mine is Wildlife Boy1

  9. nice but you don't need a 400 ml… 200 is good.

  10. very nice, I also photograph (usually nature, macro and animals) and photographed in similar ways

  11. Absolutely beautiful!!! may God continue to bless your gifts for photography. God Bless!

  12. Nice tips and some nice bird shots. If you also want to capture the birds in flight you don't just need a long focal length but also a lens that can focus fast. My current lens (55-250mm kit lens) has difficulty tracking birds with the focus in AI servo, which make it hard to capture them mid flight.

  13. Nice work!

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