Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

Bird Shooter’s Flower

Bird Shooter’s Flower

This is what I got when I used a bird lens on a flower from about 20 feet.  It looked pretty out in the field all by its lonesome.

Canon 5D Mark III, 1/1250, f4, ISO 2000, 500mm, 9:09 a.m.

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4 Responses to “Bird Shooter’s Flower”

  1. Carolyn McD says:

    Here comes an entire new website for you. Beautiful! Keep it up:)

  2. Tony says:

    Who needs a macro lens Dennis when you have a 500mm. See you had your ISO up for early morning, so at 1/1250th you weren’t taking any chances with the flower making any sudden moves !!! (joke). All the best, Tony.

    • Dennis says:

      Ha! Tony, it’s interesting you mentioned the settings because I almost talked about them in the image information. When I came across the flower I was set up for birds and just took the flower shot. I could have saved a little noise by adjusting SS and ISO for sure! But the wind was blowing a bit so maybe it’s a good thing I didn’t change the settings. Thanks for the comment!

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