Wednesday, December 30, 2009

5 tips for bird photography

Interested in taking bird photos during winter? Cornell Lab of Ornithology created a 4-minute video with photographer Marie (MAR-ee) Read.

Read offers many details, and the main tips include:
1. Plan ahead.
2. Go for the action shot.
3. Use a high shutter speed.
4. Set the exposure manually.
5. Know your subjects.

At the video's end, Read says "patience" isn't the right word for bird photography. She describes her photographic efforts as tenacious and stubborn. Do you feel the same way about bird photography?

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