Having regard to the wet dull weather, I was pleased with the quality of the image with my new camera considering the ISO was up to 1600.
|The latest in my series 'From the Window' depicting just three images of the same bird.|
Just occasionally a different bird appears outside the lounge window.
There was considerable bird activity in the tree outside, Great Tits, Blue Tits, Chaffinches, Robin and Goldfinch. As it was a wet unpleasant day I waited inside observing what was going on. (Oh yes and drinking tea) Then suddenly, a flash of yellow appeared in amongst the branches, I realised it was a lovely male Siskin, which is the first one I have seen from the lounge window.
In fact I have only seen two so far this year on my travels.
Of course there is always a twig or branch in the way of the shot and it was the only direction I could take it from. I am loathed to start playing around with photoshop. I like to shoot what is there and if it doesn't work out, well there will be another time when the bird will be in the open. It will make that occasion even more satisfying.
|Lumix GH3. 100-300mm lens. 1/320 at f5.6 - 300mm(600). ISO1600|