Buzzards w/ J5 + 30-110
I'm not a serious birder but I like to mess around and see what I can get with the mere 30-110. I had it handy when this turkey vulture flew over my backyard yesterday.
As soon as it trailed off into the horizon, a second one swooped in, following a similar path.
I'm aware the shutter speed was just a touch slow on a few of them.
Otherwise, what do you guys think? And which is the best of the bunch?
I'm also curious to get people's opinions on this:
Do you think it's crazy to even attempt birding with such a short lens and no viewfinder? Anyone else here do it?
Cropping certainly helped a lot on these buzzard photos, but that's one of the nice things about the J5 sensor.
|My Garden by Mitchmeister|
from The Secret Garden
|Crowded Skies by Rushlin|
from Seven types of aircraft - lighter than air