Author: sprince

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Blue Jay – How I Got The Shot 9/30/20

I created this shot using the new Canon R6 and my old trusty Canon 400mm 2.8L lens. Place the camera in M mode Set the shutter speed and F/stop. For this shot, 1/3200 @...

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How to Photograph Hummingbirds

In this article I’ll share with you one technique on how to photograph Hummingbirds in your Backyard! If you do a search on Youtube, you’ll find several different techniques on how to photograph Hummingbirds....

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Cardinal Landing on a Perch Full Wing Span

This pose is one of my favorites because to me it shows the real beauty of the bird. In my E-book, “Secrets to Photographing Backyard Birds in Flight”, I go over the different wing...

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Photographing Mourning Dove in Flight

Yes, Mourning Dove are super fast flyers, but the time to photograph one is when its hovering over a feeder! One of the usual visitors to my feeders are Mourning Dove. I’ve studied their...

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Cardinal Using an Evasive Maneuver Setup

Using my remote shutter, I was able to grab this shot of a Cardinal turning away from the feeder. Notice the light is behind the camera which will illuminate the bird!! The Setup: Camera...

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2 Cardinals Fighting on a Perch

On this shot of 2 Cardinals fighting it out, I was photographing the bird on the bottom which was sitting peacefully on the perch. Using my Canon 1dx mkii I was utilizing all focus...

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Platform Feeder Auto Focus Method

While a large majority of my success has been with manually focusing on the feeder stand and begin shooting as a bird comes in, I found its a whole lot easier to photograph a...

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Using Props Section 2

In the image below I wanted to try something different besides shooting the same old angles and getting the same old shots, so I threw my 100 mm Macro lens on my camera. I...

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Catchlight in the Eye

It’s the smallest details that make an image pop. For instance, take a look at these 2 images. One image has the bird looking in the light while the other image shows the same...