Pair of Birds I think are Dunnocks.


loadoftripe

Link Posted 07/05/2022 - 20:00
Fascinating watching these two, it appears the male can't make his mind up. I was tempted to comment/narate but decided better not.
I still prefer still photography to video, is it just me?

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LennyBloke

Link Posted 07/05/2022 - 21:25
These are top notch - the colouring, compositions and your ability to spot the right moments add up to a really enjoyable set
LennyBloke

Lubbyman

Link Posted 07/05/2022 - 21:44
Well spotted, well taken.

The RSPB website here explains what seems to be going on in your set - and it's stranger than you might think.... And as the website says, "And it's all going on in your shrubbery..." .

Steve

loadoftripe

Link Posted 08/05/2022 - 11:48
Thank you for the comments chaps. I do recall the info in your link Steve from a TV program but had not remembered it was the Dunnock.
BTW, used the KP and DA* 300 f4. Checked the settings this morning and was shocked the ISO was 3200 and one shot at 2200, I have not taken shots this high before. I have a user mode set up for Birds with Back Button focusing. These were all 1/750th sec at f6.7 with half a stop underexposed. All SOOC just scaled down for the forum upload. I'm really impressed with the clarity of the images

jvs

Link Posted 08/05/2022 - 20:43
Good stuff! There's not many would get the chance to come up with a sequence like this. Well spotted and well captured!
John

cardiffgareth

Link Posted 17/05/2022 - 13:51
Looking at the first 4 images as a sequence I wondered what pic 5 might hold
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