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Oct 28, 2015
Steveston Photowalks had a meetup at Bloedel Conservatory. I had fun playing with a few different lenses. The first four images are shot with a wide angle (14-24mm), the next six with a macro (105mm), and the last set of five is with a telephoto (80-400mm).
The birds at the feeding station were very tolerant and I was able to shoot them with the macro, with the baby chicks I was only a couple inches away. To get birds in flight I used the telephoto and focused on a perched bird and waited for another to fly through. The orange canary image is a composite with subsequent shots of the same bird coming in for a landing on the branch. Settings are below each image.
24mm, 1/250 sec, f8, 100 ISO
24mm, 1/100 sec, f2.8, 100 ISO --- 24mm, 1/100 sec, f2.8, 100 ISO
24mm, 1/60 sec, f2.8, 320 ISO
105mm (macro), 1/60 sec, f16, 1800 ISO --- 105mm (macro), 1/60 sec, f16, 1800 ISO
105mm (macro), 1/60 sec, f16, 720 ISO
105mm (macro), 1/60 sec, f16, 4500 ISO
105mm (macro), 1/60 sec, f16, 450 ISO --- 105mm (macro), 1/2500 sec, f5, 8000 ISO
310mm, 1/2500 sec, f5.6, 8000 ISO
400mm, 1/1250 sec, f5.6, 1400 ISO
240mm, 1/2500 sec, f5.6, 5000 ISO
270mm, 1/800 sec, f5.6, 4500 ISO
370mm, 1/60 sec, f5.6, 2000 ISO
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