Thursday, May 20, 2010

Flight Shot of Whiskered Tern

I just finished processing some flight shots which I photographed at Byram last month. The series of shots were captured with the canon 1 D mk IV and EF 800 IS lens. I set the focus to manual focus and pre-focus at the rotten tree branch. Secondly, I set the camera to shutter priority and set it at 1/1600 so that it is fast enough to freeze the flying subject. I also dialed the ISO to 800 in order to use a smaller aperture of F10. The smaller aperture created a wider depth of field to ensure greater sharpness of the subject. Here are the flight shots :

 Approaching the Landing Spot









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5 comments:

digdeep said...

Thanks - it's interesting to know how you get these great shots!

Hawkeyes a.k.a Kiah said...

Thanks Dave for your compliments.

Unravel said...

Great set of photos here!
They all look very professional.

hasyimi said...

Great shots! All of them.

JRandSue said...

Stunning shots,stunning photography.