In this video I’m explaining why it is important to take the time to practise you bird photography skills from home using a bird feeder. This is by far the easiest way to take photos of birds while getting to grips with your camera. Bird photography for begginers can be challanging and you will encounter may problems but stick with it and you will learn their behaviour and be able to predict what they are going to do. This is one of the best ways new wildlife photographers can improve their bird photography skills.
As a wildlife photographer it is very important to me, to keep focused on the animal I am photographing, and that means I have to keep my eye on the viewfinder and my finger on the release button. All the camera settings need to be done without looking.
By changing some of the Canon custom settings I am able to work much faster and more efficient with my Canon 7d mkii
Here I am providing my thoughts on bird photography tips for beginners and what I think is the best way beginners can improve their photography skills. Bird photography is one of the hardest forms of wildlife photography and so these bird photography tips and tricks should help you master your own camera, meaning when the moement comes in the wild you will be able to get the shot! Remember to keep practicing using your canon, nikon or other brand camera to get better at bird photogrpahy!
••• WHO I AM •••
My name is Ben Fitzcosta and I am studying Wildlife Documentary Productions. I love nature and wildlife and spend alot of my time trying to photogrph it. I want to share my fascination of nature with you and invite you behind the scene when I am out photographing the fascinating wildlife and the wild nature.
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••• MY PHOTO EQUPIMENT •••
• The main camera •
Canon 7d mkii 100-400mm lens
••• VIDEO EQUIPMENT •••
• Camera •
Google pixel 2
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