Yesterday I went to the Urquhart Butterfly Garden with the hope of capturing some images of hummingbirds in flight. Mother Nature cooperated and I was treated to two brief hummingbird visits, each lasting for a minute or two as the hummingbird flitted from blossom to blossom. This article shares some hummingbird images captured at various shutter speeds. Continue reading Hummingbird Images Captured at Various Shutter Speeds
I’ve been having quite a bit of fun lately experimenting with using fast frame rates when photographing birds in flight. I took a couple of minutes today to capture some test images of a hummingbird in flight at 60 frames per second (FPS).
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Further to my recent article about photographing perched hummingbirds, this short article features images of some British Columbia hummingbirds in flight captured using a Nikon 1 V3 with its built-in flash. Continue reading Photographing Hummingbirds in Flight Using V3 Built-in Flash
While visiting the Saanich Peninsula in British Columbia I recently had the opportunity to experiment using the Nikon 1 V3 flash to photograph hummingbirds. The lighting at the location was quite poor, with the hummingbirds frequenting two feeders both of which were positioned under a permanent canopy. I was unable to get a decent exposure even when using ISO-6400. Rather than simply give up on the opportunity I decided to try using the built-in flash on the Nikon 1 V3 to photograph hummingbirds. Continue reading Using V3 Flash to Photograph Hummingbirds
I spent a little bit of time at Ruthven Park this morning and got a few usable images of a hummingbird in flight with my Nikon 1 J5. Continue reading Hummingbird in flight with Nikon 1 J5