Crow, Pigeon and Reflections
My hands were itching as I had not touched the camera for couple of days. Took it out and started shooting :). Caught this crow sitting on a tree outside my window. I had seen a video about bird photography, one important tip I got from it was that keep your ISO as high as you can. This way you can keep your shutter speed faster and will reduce blurry photos.
Same idea I applied with this pigeon. The morning sunlight was lighting it perfectly.
Soon it flew away and I looked down from my window. Everyday I see these cars parked in the building premises but I never noticed the reflection of my building it them.
I found it interesting.
And the lens cap of my 70-300mm. I think this is a good lens.
|ISO: 800 Exposure: 1/400 sec Aperture: 5.6 Focal Length: 300mm Flash Used: No|
|ISO: 1600 Exposure: 1/250 sec Aperture: 9.0 Focal Length: 300mm Flash Used: No|
|ISO: 1600 Exposure: 1/160 sec perture: 5.6 Focal Length: 180mm Flash Used: No|
|ISO: 1600 Exposure: 1/250 sec Aperture: 5.6 Focal Length: 116mm Flash Used: No|
|ISO: 1600 Exposure: 1/80 sec Aperture: 5.6 Focal Length: 200mm Flash Used: No|