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Camera equipments and Settings for Hummingbird Photography

Postby blin » Thu Jun 02, 2016 2:38 pm

1. Recommend 200MM or longer lens.

2. Depth of Field and Aperture: When shooting hummingbirds, you are normally shooting at close range with a telephoto lens. This means that the depth of field (area in focus) is going to be very narrow. We simply reduce the aperture as much as we can. To keep a bird sharp we need to tighten down (reduce) the aperture as much as possible but still yield a properly exposed bird. F11 or f16 are nice starting points and you can adjust from there. If you have enough flash power, you might want to try apertures at F22.

3. Tripod.

4. In 10 feet distance.

5. Wireless Remote Shutter Release.

6. Shutter: 1/250 to 1/1000
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