General tips and DSLR camera settings for taking good photographs of flying birds.
So how do you photography a flying bird? There are generally two ways to photograph birds in motion. Firstly, you can capture them as though they are instantly frozen, with every part of the bird focused. Or you can show motion in the flapping wing by slightly blurring any movement. Which ever method a photographer uses is simply a matter of personal preference.
Digital SLR camera settings for capturing a well focused bird in flight compared to one that shows movement in the wings.
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