Birds are fast and unpredictable, making them challenging subjects for photographers. How do you get a sharp image of a bird in mid-air at the right moment? What is a catch light and how should you use Animal Detection AF? What camera settings come in handy for bird photography?
We bring you tips and tricks direct from the experts with our Reinvent Perspectives series – this time with professional wildlife photographer William Tan.
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0:47 Recommended cameras and lenses for bird photography
02:15 How to capture the catch light
02:52 Autofocus tracking for bird photography
03:30 Photographing birds responsibly
03:48 Continuous shooting
04:15 Photographing birds in low light and with backlight
05:39 Achieving subject isolation for bird photography
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6 responses to “Expert Tips for Bird Photography Using EOS R5 and EOS R6”
What is this foot your have your your 600/4?
Beautiful presentation…thank you for sharing. i recently sold my R5 (kept my R6) with plans to order the R3, but was disappointed with the rumored R3 price and Sensor MP.
Equipment and experience might be important but location, opportunity and luck are the most vital factors !
some gorgeous shots there, My R5 is the most incredible canon camera i've used…. great vid and thank canon x JP
stunning shot 📸🇰🇭