February 20, 2015February 12, 2015 Sheryl @ Flowery Prose The don’ts of bird photography, part 2. This black-capped chickadee clearly wasn’t ready for his close-up. And neither was I. 😉 See the first Don’t here…. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
At least there’s a bird in the frame. I DON’T have a bird photo at all.
Unfortunately I’m not sure if a Blurry Bird Blob is better than no bird at all…. 😉
A blob of a bird is worth 2 in the bush?
I always have lots of trouble with bird photography. The little buggers just won’t sit still long enough to get a good shot.
They are elusive, that’s for sure…just when you think you have them lined up, they move to another spot!
I know…birds are so annoying as not to be willing to pose! And yours looks like he was planning to drop something smelly on your camera!!
I was rather worried about that myself…. 😉
I think you did very well! I can’t get the birds in focus most of the time.
I have a ton of admiration for birders and their photography skills…getting that perfect shot must be so satisfying! I don’t know if I have the patience to focus properly…. 🙂
And of course the birds never cooperate, which doesn’t help!
I totally agree!
Taking bird photos looks so easy until you have tried it a couple of times…An experience that for many of us teaches humility.
Oh, so very true!
Never mind! Third time lucky!
This was a good laugh. Thank you and continued success in your journey!
Glad you enjoyed! It’s always fun questing for the good photos…the bad ones often turn out to be far more entertaining!