December 8 2011

Unusual Colorations


Humming Birds

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Another shot of the bird with the unusual head coloration pattern.

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4 Responses to “Unusual Colorations”

  1. Z from Chicago says:

    It is unusual but very attractive.

    You do very well without a telephoto lens. I thought you had one to get pictures so clear and detailed!

  2. Databrokers says:

    Hi Z, I do have a telephoto it’s a 55-250mm. It’s a great lens, but I need at least a 400mm lens according to all the professional bird photographers. Actually, with the type of portraits I take mostly, I’m afraid it will be a while before I acquire a large long range lens. The lens I should get first and I’m saving for it as we speak is the 100mm fixed macro lens.

  3. Z from Chicago says:

    I just have my point and shoot with a 12x optical zoom built in. I used to visit the Cornell Lab of Ornithology fb page a lot and even posted a few pictures, but got so intimidated by the super shots that some of the bird photographers took, with their amazing cameras, that I can’t stand looking at it anymore. I think it’s envy.

    It would be nice if you had a wealthy relative to whom you could drop hints. But saving up for it is better. By the time you have enough saved up the price may be lower!

  4. Databrokers says:

    Hi Z, I shot for 10 years on my point and shoot. For many years, I only shot single frame video captures of the squirrels on the Permafrost Ranch. 640X480 72dpi was it. Many of the squirrel portraits you see was shot on a video camera from the past. My first point and shoot, I shot with for 10 years. Last year was the first dslr I have acquired to use. I’m no where near professional level with my entry level dslr by Cannon. It’s most likely more camera than I’ll ever need.

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