DESCRIPTION -- 5 More of those common mistakes that are made in bird photography. -- MY GEAR -- *** These are affiliate links and this channel will receive a small commission (at no charge to you, thanks for the support) if you link to Amazon to purchase any of these products.
DESCRIPTION -- These are 7 important skills you should be able to do without taking your eye off the camera. By keeping your eye on the bird or subject, you will be able to create better photographs. This is part of mastering your camera and its settings, it just takes practice!
The fastest, easiest and least expensive way to improve your bird photos is to shoot in the golden hours. The best light of the day happens in the first hour after sunrise and the first hour before sunset.
How to make Basic Tone Curve Adjustments for bird photography shows you how to use the tool and add some contrast to your bird photographs. Using the Tone Curve will help separate the bird from the background of the image too.
7 most important elements that have to be in a bird image to make it successful. With these 7 elements then things like Story, Intent, Emotion, Mood etc. will happen easier. What ar eth 7 elements, Light, Sharpness, Point of View, Background, Edges of the Frame, Composition, and Exposure.
Learn the Art of Bird PHotogrphay, The Complete Field Guide for Beginning and Intermediate Photographers and Birders is now available! This is a comprehensive book for beginning and intermediate bird photographers and birders who want to make better bird images.
How to Create Silhouettes and Use the 180 Degree Rule in Bird Photography. Shoot the Light and shoot the Color in the Sky! Shooting the light we know about as bird photographers we point our shadow towards the bird.
2 Processing Tips for Better Photos shows you how to use the Camera Calibration, Profiles, and Tone Curve in Lightroom Classic CC to improve your photos. A rather drab winter photo of a Pied-billed Grebe is changed from boring to beautiful in this short tutorial.
This processing tutorial is an enhancement to my Quick and Efficient Workflow that I published earlier.
1/1000 shutter speed, f/8, Auto ISO for sharper bird photography images. Set up your bird photography camera for auto ISO even with a cropped sensor camera this technique will work as long as the ISO isn't too high.
7 Tips For Creating A Sharp Photo with 2 Bonus Tips By setting up your camera with the best settings for fast birds, you'll create sharper images. Then there are two bonus tips on how I shoot and focus on birds to make sure I get a sharp photo.
How to Create a soft background so your bird photography images pop. This video covers how to make the background soft in the field with cameras lenses and extenders and how to process those images so they look the best.
Underexpose To Protect the Highlights in your bird photography. The camera and Adobe Lightroom histograms lie, they don't show the overexposure of whites in many images. Learn how to avoid overexposing the white or highlights .
AF Area Selection Modes - Why They're Important The 7 AF Area Selection Modes can help you achieve a sharper image and a more well-composed image. Get a sharper image by selecting the right AF Area Mode and then improve your composition by moving the focus point around in the frame, while you're looking through the viewfinder watching the bird.