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Is it a bird ?, is it a plane ?

By philhomer  
Yes, it's a bird.

Peregrine's are a tad tricky to say the least which is why i was delighted to find this radio-controlled one in my local model shop.


Birds in flight is one of the rare situations where i will use grown-up 'full manual' mode, as although it initially takes a little more effort than my default / preference for aperture priority it is simple enough when you get used to it.

Anyone interested, do drop me a line - i have a very very simple way of doing it.

Tags: Flight Photography workshop Raptor Peregrine falcon Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature Peregrine flight Raptor photography tuition Photograhy tuition

Voters: Ade_Osman, Rapido57, gwynn56 and 6 more


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Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
17 Sep 2012 5:20PM
They're buggers to control with the radio though.....

Ade Tongue

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rayme330 4 17 1 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2012 6:53PM
At the end of the day you have a fine shot, Phil. Perfectly positioned, you can imagine it swooping through the rest of the frame.

Ray

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