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Birds In Flight -Great for Camera Clubs

This multimedia program contains the many different elements of bird flight including take-off, travel, and landing. Plus discussion about the reasons birds fly, the motivations, and characteristics of flight including: migration, food gathering, plus avoidance of danger and weather. Includes both basic and more technical photography skills needed to capture sharp images of birds in flight. Moving objects are an especially difficult subject to capture photographically. Learn how to improve your flight photography abilities both technically and physically. Also covers: optimizing your location, good motor-skill practices, camera focus mode, recommended shutter speeds, weather conditions, and more. A Great presentation for photography clubs. (About 45 minutes).
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"This "Birds in Flight" program is/was loaded with beautiful photos to inspire better shots. More importantly, it gives concrete information on how to capture birds in flight. If I can leave a workshop with one specific tip on how to improve my shots, I am happy. I left "Birds in Flight" with at least five. Thanks! - Anita Storino

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