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Tag : Hummingbirds

24 Feb 2022

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

An online instructional webinar and then an all-day wildlife photography workshop at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson, Arizona with EXCLUSIVE early access to the morning Raptor Free Flight. With expert wildlife photography instruction before and during the workshop, and a vast array of beautiful raptors, mammals and reptiles to photograph, you will capture incredible images! Direction on which lenses and settings to use for each habitat at Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Plenty of one-on-one time with Kathleen to ask questions and get coaching specific to your individual photographic needs. Maximum of 12 participants.

10 Aug 2013

Camera Settings for Hummingbird Photographs

Without Flash Both of the following photos were taken without flash: Photo A: Camera: Nikon D3s, Shutter Priority Mode, Shutter speed: 1/2000s, Aperture: f/5.6, ISO 2000, Matrix metering, Spot focus, Auto-focus Continuous. Lens: Nikon 200- 400mm f/4, focal length 400mm. On tripod. Photo B: Camera: Nikon D3s, Manual Mode, Aperture: f/4, Shutter speed: 1/1250s, ISO 1600, Spot metering, Spot focus, Auto-focus Continuous. Lens: Sigma 180mm Macro f/3.5. On monopod. Shutter speed is the most important setting when photographing hummingbirds in…