Philippe Amard wrote:
Yours was a good catch.I always find light difficult on those birds - they appear to like sunny - and very contarsty - places and their plummage goes from pure white to black - yours looks a little underexposed but very efficient as regard to the highlight. And usig the "motor drive" was a brilliant move I'd say.Framing is simply excellent! Keep the good work coming David.
Good Mornin', Philippe!Heron's are, indeed, a difficult catch, though they do permit you to get closer than, say, Bald Eagles, which can be quite "skittish".
The metering was done using the E3's "A" mode, with slight corrections in Silkypix.
As for using the "motor drive" ... not so, in this case. The two shots were taken several seconds apart, and the "diving" shot was more good luck, than good management!
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