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Biren Brahmbhatt

Ahmedabad, India

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A pair of spoonbills were idling on a calm lake shore when I tried to get into range with my 18-270mm Lens extended to it’s full capability (270mm). Unfortunately one needs a longer lens in order to capture birds.

Not only that I was traveling light and hence carried only Tamron 18-270mm Lens which is versatile, but I also don’t have anything beyond 270mm presently.

So, I tried to sneak as near as possible. But everyone know Birds’ senses. And off they flew the moment they caught me.

Foreseeing possibility of this problem, I had my camera set on Continuous drive and also the focus to AI Servo. And it paid off. I could capture a series of pictures of this magnificent duo going off on the lake just inches above water, their wings occasionally disturbing the otherwise stagnant water surface.

Camera: Canon EOS 7D
Lens: Tamron AF 18-270mm Di II
Exposure: f/6.3 @ 1/400 Secs.
ISO 100
Handheld
Osaka C-PL 72mm

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