Small Bird Photography Advanced Tutorial – How to Use Perches

Small Bird Photography Advanced Tutorial. How to photograph small birds on perches. This video is aimed at more advanced/serious bird photographers. In this tutorial I look in depth at how to improve your small bird photography by choosing appropriate perches, how to keep them looking fresh and how to fine-tune your set-up to maximise depth of field. Images include Bullfinch, Goldfinch, Blue Tit, Robin and Great Tit. All photos taken with Canon equipment including a Canon 1DX and Canon 1D mark iv. Canon 500mm f4 Mark i lens and Canon 400mm f5.6 lens.

Filmed with Canon M50 and 15-45mm lens.

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