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Fotowenke Tuinvoëls

Fotowenke – Hoe om tuinvoëls die beste af te neem:

1) Soek ‘n geskikte plek waar die voëls veilig sal voel en voer hulle daar.

2) Die wintermaande is die beste tyd om voëls met kos te lok, vind uit watter kos verskillende voëls sal verkies.

3) Kies verskillende plekke wat nie steurende agtergronde het nie.

4) Gebruik die langste telefoto-lens wat u het.

5) Stel u sluiterspoed op 1 / 2000s en hoër. Suikerbekkies 1/3 000 en hoër.

6) Stel u fokusdiepte so vlak as moontlik (F/2.8 tot F/6.3) om die voëls van die agtergrond te skei.

7) Stel u kamera om ononderbroke te skiet om ‘n reeks foto’s te neem.

8) Kom so naby as moontlik, stabiliseer u kamera, staan of sit doodstil en wees geduldig, die voëls moet gewoond raak aan u teenwoordigheid.

9) Moenie dadelik begin skiet sodra die voëls land nie, voëls is van nature senuweeagtig, dus gee hulle die kans om eers te kalmeer.

10) Fokus altyd op die oog vir die voël.

11) Wag vir interaksie tussen die voëls en insekte terwyl hulle om kos meeding, kan dit uitsonderlike foto’s lewer.

Photo tips – the best way to capture garden birds:

1) Find a suitable place where the birds will feel safe and feed them there.

2) The winter months are the best time to attract birds with food, find out what food attracts different birds.

3) Choose different places that do not have disturbing backgrounds.

4) Use the longest telephoto lens you have.

5) Set your shutter speed to 1 / 2000s and higher. Sunbirds 1 / 3000s and higher.

6) Set your focus depth as shallow as possible (F/2.8 to F/6.3), to separate the birds from the background.

7) Set your camera to shoot continuously, so as to capture a series of photos.

8) Get as close as possible, stabilize your camera, stand or sit dead still and be patient, the birds need to get used to your presence.

9) Do not immediately start shooting as the birds’ land, birds are nervous by nature, so give them a chance to calm down first.

10) Always focus on the eye for the bird.

11) Waiting for interaction between the birds and insects as they compete for food can produce exceptional photos.

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