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| p.1 #13 · p.1 #13 · Anna's Hummingbird at rest - they are not boring at all :) |
Lance B wrote:
Wow, simply stunning shots of a hummingbird! Beautiful colouring under the chin and lovel;y and sharp.
It is rare you get to see a hummingbird at rest.
Thanks for the kind words Lance.
A very nice set with great sharpness, but they all appear to be slightly underexposed on my monitor ~ Ron
Thanks Ron, it does look a bit underexposed, my bad. I usually check the results after I load my pics in Flickt, this time I was a bit too tired already.
Mark Cronin wrote:
Great poses and detail...
Thanks for looking and leaving kind comments Mark.
Excellent behavioural series! Nice work.
Thanks Douglas, appreciate the kind words
Good morning Jodelak,
Your photos are "super"! The Anna's are so pretty. I would love to capture all the different kinds of hummers!
I love when I see my Ruby-Throated on a twig just sitting so quietly.
My favorite is number 9 when he is all fluffed up.. So cute!
Thanks for sharing!
Good evening BeeBalm, I'm glad you enjoyed this series.
Lovely set. Great perch on the last group (and I like these the best overall too), with just a bit of green to help break up the grey.
Thanks Ken, those were from the 2nd set and it was really pouring rain when I took those pics. I wrapped my gear with heavy plastic and then covered it with a mossy oak blind that's why the anna's did not mind me at all
Very well done!
Tim Kuhn wrote:
Very well done Jodelak!! These can be a blast to shoot when they get to stretching and preening. Looks like you had a lot of fun photographing this fabulous set
Its a lot of fun, but it was damn so cold also (2nd set was raining very hard). I was hoping that the anna's will perch on a branch that is under the rain so I can get some water action also Thanks for looking and appreciating this series Tim
Ted ellis wrote:
Hummingbirds are fun to shoot. I have since 2007. I am impressed with your high ISO slow shutter speeds HUMMERS. The last 8 or so are underexposed for my personal taste. An ISO of 3200 probably would have yielded optimal SS for the
last 8 or so. Keep posting your hummers!
Thanks Ted, I do agree that the last 8 was underexpose. Its actually a weakness of mine, hopefully I can perfect it soon .
You certainly captured some wonderful positions !!! Great set.
Thanks so much for looking and commenting Birdie
it's a very nice set