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Bird Photography: Approaching

Silasfirth
New article posted: Bird Photography: Approaching
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Posted: 06/25/2012, 16:22:12 PM
Picstudio
Great bird pics::)
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Posted: 06/25/2012, 22:49:42 PM
Silasfirth
Thanks!
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Posted: 06/25/2012, 23:18:04 PM
Physi28
I would add a way I use, I don't move straight in direction to the subject but on a diagonal way so that the bird (who is often very aware of our presence) may think that we just plan to pass by but are not interested in him.
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Posted: 06/26/2012, 15:04:01 PM
Egomezta
Your images are great, thanks for your suggestions.
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Posted: 06/26/2012, 19:47:16 PM
Kikkerdirk
Nice pics, good advice!
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Posted: 06/26/2012, 20:36:38 PM
Silasfirth
Thanks for the comments everyone!
Good tip, Physi28!
It can also help to get some obstruction between you and your subject: a log, brush, anything that will cover your movement.
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Posted: 06/26/2012, 23:51:58 PM
Vcarmstrong
Nice photos! Great advice. Thank you.
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Posted: 06/27/2012, 15:39:49 PM
Suebmtl
Great advice.Nice portfolio.
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Posted: 06/27/2012, 20:11:12 PM
Nantucketphotoart
Thanks. Very useful tips and great photography.
Posted: 06/28/2012, 06:20:21 AM
Silasfirth
Thanks for the comments! :)
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Posted: 06/28/2012, 16:05:36 PM