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Photographing birds in the country was sometimes damn hard.  At times it was frustrating, but generally nature presented itself to me…in fleeting, beautiful moments.  I had to be quick and hope my camera (or the user *cough*) wasn’t operating too slowly.  I’m always holding out for that perfect moment…and sometimes that means I miss the best ones!

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Birds in the city are much more easy going around people…which makes for easy photographing!Screen Shot 2013-07-20 at 3.09.42 PMScreen Shot 2013-07-20 at 3.13.58 PM

Shooting wildlife, and particularly small quick moving birds takes serious patience.  Here are some things to remember when it comes to wildlife/nature photography:  

1.  Take a reading of the light and adjust. On a constant sunny day this will never need adjusting, unless you head into a shady spot or a cloud rolls over.  Use your manual exposure…make sure you’re taking a photo that is slightly under exposed by about 1 or 2 f-stops.  This will…

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