Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
A continuous discussion on shooting birds. How to capture motion. Rare birds. Every day birds. Just pretty birds. What ever you have, place it here. If you can, please give us your settings.
And if you don't want to take pictures of birds, here is a blog by Laurie on Flipping Birds
Not awful at all. No wonder calls sometimes get dropped : )
Their nest site can be very entertaining!!! Your photos are not at all awful--it is not an easy shot to get. Keep waiting for the shot--it will happen!
Dianne, I thought about you yesterday. I missed shot after shot, but did get a few off as this Osprey was came in for dinner.
Here is the story.
Spectacular!!!! What a great series of photos!!!!! I'm green with envy! What is so very cool about the Osprey is how they will reposition the fishm aerodynamically, after they snag . . .
I saw him circling but I had a different lens on the camera. I took a deep breath and starting switching out the lenses. I made just as he dove.
Terrific series Joanne. So hard to capture.
Oh I love these. I've only seen this bird far far away! You lucky lady.
Great job, Joanne!!
Now you've shown us the birds and bees, we should be blushing. Lovely photos. Those bees are so clear.
Wow, what a catch, and so perfect in focus. Capturing any bird in motion is difficult--Okay almost impossible but you did a great job Carol.
We are so dry here, I think the Hummingbirds moved on. Just came from up North by Lake Erie. It is still green. Odd just an hour north is green and we are a desert here. So, maybe the birds went up there.
But we still have bees. What lavender flower is in the picture?
Thanks Joanne! Hope you get relief from the drought soon. We'll have to ask the House Expert (F) about the flower....I plant 'em and forget "em!