Most of the birds were perched on power poles and the biggest problem with getting acceptable flight shots was those blasted wires!  I’ll include one image to show you what I mean. Only two of the sharp photos had no wire in front of the bird and this is one of them.  I like it fairly well but the underside of the hawk is mostly shaded.
Because of better light on the wings and a more dynamic flight posture this is my favorite from the sequence, though I do wish there’d been some fluffy white clouds in the sky to make the background a little more interesting. By Ron Dudley, on February 7th, 2014 It’s a common occurrence for predators to pay a price for their furry meal.
Here it found a spot with some potential.  I believe it could smell the rodent under the snow, probably at the entrance to its burrow. When it pulled its head out of the hole it had its furry prize.  I believe the rodent to be a mouse rather than a vole due to the length of the tail and the almost white ventral surface (that you can only see in the second to the last shot). Pri snimanju sportova, objekti koji se brzo krecu mogu izgledati zamuceno jer se pomicu bez prekida i velikom brzinom. Bez obzira na to zelite li upotrebljavati zamucenje u svrhu umjetnickog efekta (upotrebom nize brzine zatvaraca) ili ne, vazno je zadrzati objekt u fokusu.
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The weather was utterly overcast with just occasional streaks of light trickling through the thick cloud cover.
The EFS10-22 is an excellent lens and since its so wide, u really wont know where the exact point of focus is.
I was tracking a gull with my camera and as the gull flies right in front of me I took a few shots. This one was shot around sunset and I had to use ISO 800 to get a fast enough shuttle speed.
Okay this is not a bird shot, but this raccoon was circling around me when I was waiting for the sun to go down. Hey I’m just wondering what lens did you use to take the squirrel pictures and what not!!!


Bird shots are taken with Sigma 100-300 F4 EX HSM and the raccoon was taken with a Sigma 24-70 F2.8. Well I am a 17 year old and I have done photography in school, and I was so taken back by the Beauty!! Although it IS frustrating to not be able to take the quality images I would like, I feel better for having had a chance to see a magnificent raptor at all. The funny thing is, that when I saw the first pic I was looking so closely at the bird that I did not notice the wire! The detail on them (and, of course, the fantastic bird itself) more than makes up for the background. I think I prefer the photo as is, with the plain sky, because there is nothing to detract from the details of the bird. Uporabom velike brzine zatvaraca fotoaparat ce zamrznuti tocku u vremenu i snimiti savrseno detaljnu snimku, dok ce manja brzina zatvaraca snimci dati vrlo efektan osjecaj kretanja i dramaticnosti. If you'd like to get the additional items you've selected to qualify for this offer, close this window and add these items to your cart. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. The sole purpose was to shoot enough pics with the EFS 10-22 to demonstrate its field of view. Perhaps u can share some full resolution samples where u feel its not sharp, for me to have a look at.
Practiced a lot of shooting on these mallards and gulls trying to get a feel for how the auto focus system works and what settings are the best for tracking birds. Shooting these ducks on the water it captured incredible amount of detail compared to my old 10D or even to the 1D Mk2 that I have used for bird photography before. Now I’m not exactly a fps fan because I still believe that pressing the shuttle at the right time is the only way to get the right shot. The camera feels very snappy on acquiring the focus and very good at tracking the bird as it flies around. The noise level is very good from the 7D and the light from the sun just before sunset looks really good on the bird.
As for if you should buy a 7D, well it depends on how far you are going to take the photographing hobby and how much you are ready to pay for it. Nearly 100% of the photo in post posted after October 25th, 2009 is taken by the 7D unless otherwise noted. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Its aspherical construction gives you even magnification that does not distort around the edges of the pictures you take, and effective coating also reduces ghosting and distortion from flares.


The horizontals are intact (even though some pics could have gained with a bit of width crop too).
The lens undoubtedly is very sharp at the center and sharper than I expected (wide open) at the corners. Check out the little water beads on the head of the mallard and the details in the feathers. Imagine that you want to take a photo of a world class tennis player returning the serve with the ball right in front of the racquet. Personally I think for person that will take the hobby for a long time but on a budge, then prioritize the lenses.
I don’t know yet if I actually want to make my career but I am going to university and college in the near future so the camera could come in handy. Thank goodness I usually make the “right” decision and drive toward where the birds live!
For example, the following shot, the gull covers only 10% of the frame, yet if I crop the gull out, it is sharp and every usable in a print. Since 40D (as far as I know) doesnt have mircoadjustment support, u cant deal with this at home. After doing these tests, if u still arent happy, U may have to take the body and lens to a canon technician to have a look at. Putting that into the context, it meas that even at 8 fps, you might miss the intended shot. It helps in shooting events that’s hard to gauge the exact time you want the shot to be taken. For example the following sequence of a American black duck flapping the wings were taken with the 7D shooting at 8 fps. So is 7D a good choice, yes, if you can still afford a good lens or two that will cover your need. I wanted a shot with the wing opened fully at the back and the timing is hard to get unlike say sporting event. Otherwise, I’d prioritize lenses over camera body unless you only do bird in flight photos. Oh yeah, keep in mind, even though I have no complaints about 7D doing bird in flight, apparently a lot of people on the Internet thinks otherwise. I can only say for the birds I shoot, with the skill I have, and with the expectation that I have for bird in flight, I find 7D better than adequate.



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