Photographing common birds || Wildlife Photography Vlog #2

Photographing common birds || Wildlife Photography Vlog #2



hi everyone and welcome to my second wildlife photography vlog if you are new to my channel or these the series of vlogs then I'm just a disclaimer I am a beginner wildlife photographer I'm really just learning I thought that I would document it here on my youtube channel because I make videos about nature and wildlife and all that sort of stuff so yeah welcome to the video items down river just try to think of the word Rover there they never ever that is near I kind of urban Titan the Kois I thought it was a really good place where you're guaranteed to see wildlife such as seagulls pigeons and what I've got behind me here or in front of me here are mute swans they might not be the most glamorous animal so take that cruise off but and the are motor life guaranteed to be here and great numbers and very used to people so they are really great to practice your wildlife photography on because they are unlikely to run away or fly coming as soon as they see you I am here using my Canon EOS ATD which is my camera that I use for both my videos and my photography and with it I have my 75 to 300 millimeter lens and like I said in my last vlog and it's not the best land in the world for image quality but it's been a really great lens for me to learn kind of the basics of my life photography and practice taking pictures of animals with like a zoom because as one of the things that I don't feel that people appreciate it so difficult it is to find an animal through a lens you know at 200 millimetres 300 meters so a lot of people kind of just think they have to go straight for that big massive lanes and which is not the case because you get that sort of lens and then you can work it this has been really good for me to learn to find animals through a zoom lens but yeah let's get photographing these ones they're lamb yeah ironic thing is I was just like you know guaranteed to see guaranteed to see wildlife I just hope belong here except I'm gonna try and get some you know actually girls time pack should practice taking pictures of birds in flight and I came down here and through Google seagulls the seagulls are literally everywhere every other single second of the day and that's when you need them not only need them dirty Avalos seagulls here nay I'm trying to practice capturing them in flight are one of the hardest part is trying to find it through the they're seagulls that will actually coming right up to my face and they're kind of coupon you don't like I think that he has been slightly more successful than the last book I did I think I got creative few quite good shots and I'll just wrap up the vlog here because this camera is late it's currently flashing red I think it's gonna die any second so I'll just say thank you so much for watching hope you enjoyed it and I'll maybe see you next time bye bye hi

9 thoughts on “Photographing common birds || Wildlife Photography Vlog #2

  • July 12, 2019 at 5:52 pm
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    Really nice, well done =)

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  • July 12, 2019 at 5:52 pm
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    Nice video, if you like go on my channel 🙂

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  • July 12, 2019 at 5:52 pm
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    Hi, Enjoyed that. This may help you on your way with the 80D. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjq64-cFv2Y

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  • July 12, 2019 at 5:52 pm
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    Incredible video.I enjoyed seeing it.
    Stay on .I follow your channel.
    I would definitely welcome it if you sub back 😃 ❤&✌

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  • July 12, 2019 at 5:52 pm
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    Beautiful shots! 🙌

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  • July 12, 2019 at 5:52 pm
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    Pretty good pictures , yes very good
    And you don't need a big telephoto lens the 70-200 is fine, it's what most wildlife photographers use, it gives a good balance between weight and usability
    I'd recommend a screw on clear filter for the lens, it protects the front lens from scratches.

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  • July 12, 2019 at 5:52 pm
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    Lovely photos! Lovely outfit! I haven’t done much wildlife photography but, I’m definitely keen to try my hand at it now✨

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  • July 12, 2019 at 5:52 pm
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    Those pics are brilliant!! The weather helps no end,when it's good light you can almost guarantee decent pics..you should be well proud of those pics,very impressive,well done Meg 😁

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