5 edition of Experiences in observing and photographing birds (Gene Stratton-Porter remembered) found in the catalog.
Experiences in observing and photographing birds (Gene Stratton-Porter remembered)
by Americana Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||36|
If you think bird photography is as easy as snapping away with a long lens, you're asking for trouble. My avid bird photographer friends spend hours every dawn and dusk crawling around in the mud sneaking up on birds, and even with mm lenses and teleconverters they're having to crop everything. photograph birds in the high speed drive mode. My camera can record frames a second and a buffer of 40 frames. That means the most images I can capture is 40 consecutive images at a rate of images per second in one burst. Speed is important when photographing birds in flight or when there is a lot of action happening.
But for those who take images for the birding market, a somewhat different style is often used. This style often requires the bird to be the main aspect of the image; that is, a profile shot of a bird, in an open setting, with very few other compositional elements. It is in this market where the “bird on a stick” style of photography shines. "Thanks so much for your excellent online work 'Secrets of Digital Bird Photography,' which I stumbled upon a few days ago. It is the only end-to-end treatment of digital bird photography I have seen (I'm very familiar with Artie Morris' work, BPN, etc.) and the free online access just blows me away.
Waved Albatross NIKON D + mm f/ @ 80mm, ISO , 1/, f/ If you are considering purchasing a new lens for your bird photography, a lens with a focal length of at least mm will allow you to get some great shots. Photographing birds in direct sunlight helps for two reasons: it gets you a faster shutter speed and it creates even lighting on the bird. The faster shutter will help you freeze the action of the bird (since they don’t sit still for long), and the even lighting will help you avoid getting those harsh shadows that hide detail in the bird’s.
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This bird photography book teaches you all of this information and so much more while at the same time encouraging you to get outside and explore our incredible planet all while having fun. “I created this book for a very simple reason: to share my passion for finding and photographing amazing birds with people from all over the world/5(69).
The Handbook of Bird Photography distills the knowledge, talent, and experience of three well-known professional wildlife photographers into one beautifully illustrated volume.
Written in a manner that is easy to understand, this book offers fresh insight and practical tips that will broaden horizons for nature and bird photographers/5().
Birds are now my second favorite subject right after flowers. The author is really an inspiration and his photos are wonderful. Even if you don't focus solely on bird photography, this is a great book and it is fun to read.
Plus I learned of the hot-spots in North America for bird photography /5(49). Discover field techniques that take your bird photography to the next level. Learn how to choose the best camera, lenses and tripods for bird photography.
Fully understand artistic composition techniques like: Framing the shot, Leading Lines, Depth of Field, Texture, Patterns, The Rule of Thirds, Negative Space, The Golden Ratio and more/5(69). "Birds Art Life" is the type of book that asks to be read slowly, with contemplation. I found that my enjoyment of the book increased as I set it aside for several days after reading, and then went back to review my notes before writing this review.4/5.
Aperture for Bird Photography: Almost all my pictures of birds are clicked in aperture priority mode. I choose F or whatever the lowest aperture (Remember = Lower aperture means more Experiences in observing and photographing birds book in the lens, so f will let in more light compared to F)) my lens support at full focal length.
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Pick up a book, do some reading, and you can improve your bird photography from the comfort of your couch. Reading can provide some helpful tips for bird photography. Enough said. Technical Settings. The exposure settings you select on your camera vary by the type of image you are hoping to create.
Also, they vary based on your shooting conditions. When Pete Kiehart was forced into quarantine with COVID, he and girlfriend, Kasia Strek, did what came natural to them. The two photographers picked up. Today you will learn some of the core principles of Bird Photography that will give you an understanding of what makes a good bird photograph.
You Don’t Need Expensive Lenses for Great Bird Photography. A great bird photograph does need several factors such as: Quality and Direction of the light; Composition; Knowledge about the bird and its activities. Guide to North American Birds.
Featured Bird Purple Sandpiper. Purple Sandpiper. Calidris maritima. Photography sourced in part from VIREO, the worldwide bird photography collection of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
The more you are informed and experienced in all aspects of photography, light, equipment, and natural history, the better you will be as a bird photographer.
This book will give you the foundation you need to become a great bird photographer. In Photography: Birds Vyn shares his deep understanding of such topics as/5(4). Introduction This is the online version of what I hope will become a highly useful reference for all bird enthusiasts wishing to improve their ability to capture aesthetic and/or useful images of living birds, using digital imaging intended audience is quite wide, ranging from casual watchers of yard birds to the most serious students of ornithology.
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Also check out the website by the same author, which offers a wealth of complementary information in the form of the authors frequent news letters about bird photography. And finally, there's a + page sequel to this book, which is all about digital bird photography. The book is only available as an e-book sold from the authors website/5(51).
For beginners, a bird book arranged by color of bird may be the easiest way to get started. However, these types of books typically only list common species. You may find your interpretation of a bird's color differs from the book's editor.
Intermediate guides are usually arranged by shapes of birds, for example "duck-like birds" or "perching. It will serve very well as the first book for someone starting out photographing birds. It will actually serve very well as the second, third or whatever book in your bird photography collection.
Since it is small, it is easy to take it along and read while waiting for the birds to appear/5(66). "If you're looking to break into the world of bird photography, take a look at The Bird Photography Field Guide.
In this book, David Tipling, a professional wildlife photographer, reveals the insider secrets you need to capture some truly memorable shots of birds in their natural environment.
it covers all the essential elements for what you will need to be successful at bird photography /5(49). Weldon Lee is a full-time wildlife photographer, writer, and photo tour operator. His work has appeared in numerous magazines including Petersen’s PHOTOgraphic, OUTDOOR & NATURE Photography, Backpacker, and Mature Outlook.
He has two books to his credit, Watchable Birds of the Rocky Mountains, and his latest, A Guide to Photographing Rocky Mountain Wildlife which describes in. It can be incredibly rewarding to photograph birds in flight.
Equally, however, there can be nothing more frustrating than the very same thing. As with any and all types of wildlife photography, success is down to a combination of the usual factors which you have to. Birds in flight are great subjects for nature photographers. When you’re photographing a bird in the nest or at rest, the bird may soon take off in search of food or to pick up building material for a nest.
This type of opportunity is the best of both worlds: You get to photograph birds at rest, at work, and in flight. 10 Tips for Photographing Birds. A professional photographer, and past Audubon Magazine Photo Awards winner, offers advice for capturing stunning bird shots.
By Paul Bannick Janu By Paul Bannick Janu Popular Stories. Pumpkin Bird Feeder Makes a Happy Harvest For Birds.Photographing birds is a real challenge, especially when they are in flight. However, you can take even more captivating images of birds perched, feeding, in courtship displays, or tending young.
A beautiful photo of a bird is a challenge worth overcoming, because you will be very proud of the result.