What is the most important factor in getting your bird photographs noticed by a large audience? Is it the camera or the lens or the bird?
Imagine you have a Canon 1DX or Nikon D4 and 800mm lens. You have been to a place to photograph the magnificent Bald Eagles. Everything seems perfect! Isn’t it?
But, what if you do not know what makes a good bird photograph? Do you think just by shooting a burst of photographs will give you the best photographs? Definitely not…you may get snapshots but not photographs.
“There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.” – Ansel Adams
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.
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