Back Garden Visitor

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dan the man p Regular Member • Posts: 284
Re: Back Garden Visitor

I'm no expert on wildlife photography, but I would think that in general if there is not a lot of light you should definitely use the widest open aperture possible to keep the ISO down. The last two are at 6400 ISO, which is never going to look very sharp. A tripod would definitely help too, since you could use a longer exposure and therefore reduce ISO speed further. That is, unless you're more worried about subject movement than camera shake.

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