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Long Eared Owl

By philhomer  
CAPTIVE subject at our photographic workshop yesterday

for newer togs, do see the exif info - low light on Sunday meant using settings that some folk/cameras would rather avoid

more than happy to answer any questions but basically, higher than average ISO, relatively large aperture - but this alone may not have been enough to ensure no camera-shake due to the relationship between equivalent focal length and shutter speed (which i call the 'rule of reciprocity') click for free download from my website.

as such, negative exposure compensation was increased, obviously darkening the image and therefore logically increasing the shutter speed.

Tags: Tuition Owl Workshop Long eared owl Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature

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Myathebirdwatcher999 Junior Member 5 8 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2013 6:36PM
Brilliant shot


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JuBarney 6 26 3 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2013 7:55PM
A really lovely shot
philhomer 8 77 32 England
15 Oct 2013 7:13AM
thanks each but don't forget it's a captive bird so nailed to the tree - not really, but it does make it somewhat easier

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