Friday, 1 November 2013

Bird Photography Near Feeders

This article from Digital Photography School gives in depth tips on photographing birds near feeders in a natural environment. It is written by Tadas Naujokaitis who lives in Lithuania and you can see more of his work at www.tadasnaujokaitis.tk. 

Bird photography is quite difficult because birds don’t do what a photographer wants. Moreover, it’s often hard to get close to them. And when you have more experience in photography, you realize that it’s even more difficult to take a good bird photo, because you need a good background and a beautiful environment. However, there are a number of ways you can improve the bird photos you take. In this article, I’ll explain some tips on photographing birds near feeders.

Follow the link to read the article in full:...........Bird Photography Near Feeders - Digital Photography School
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I haven't yet gone to the lengths that Tadas has, but here are a couple of my favourite photos of birds on feeders in my garden:
Feeding Time
Starling

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