Pixels or f stop? Owl Photos in the dark.

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DGriesmer New Member • Posts: 16
Re: Pixels or f stop? Owl Photos in the dark.

I agree with the above poster - look for something to rest the camera on.   I photograph alot of owls in low-light and a sturdy tripod can make all the difference.   A tripod/solid platform would allow you to drop your shutter speed considerably which would result in cleaner photos.  You just have to time your shots with the moments that the bird is still, which should generally be pretty easy.

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