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Bruine Lijster   Turdus naumanni eunomus    Dusky Trush  (1)

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Eresée (B), 11.01.2009

Canon EOS-1D Mark III + Canon EF 500 1:4 L IS USM. + EF 1.4x II = 700mm. 1/1600 @ f 8.0, ISO 640, Ex. C. + 2/3

 

Bruine Lijster   Turdus naumanni eunomus    Dusky Trush  (2)

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Eresée (B), 11.01.2009

Canon EOS-1D Mark III + Canon EF 500 1:4 L IS USM. + EF 1.4x II = 700mm. 1/800 @ f 8.0, ISO 640, Ex. C. + 2

When people start out in bird photography, most of their attention is devoted to developing their technique. Once a basic level of competency has been achieved, the focus tends to shift to building a collection of images of a wide range of species, and then to improving the aesthetic qualities of the images. One of the key characteristics of an advanced bird photographer is that, even when faced with a rarity, they look to capture an image that's in some way special. Where most photographers are content to grab portrait-style shots when the birds 'strike a pose', the leading photographers also capture the action in between those static moments.Top Belgian photographer Rudi Debruyne's action shot of a Dusky/Naumann's Thrush fighting with a Blackbird is a perfect example. With flawless technique, Rudi has frozen the pair fighting over fruit, millimetres above the snow-covered ground....

Photo of the Week citation BIRDGUIDES UK (admin), 22/01/09

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