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Juvenile Greenfinch

Juvenile Greenfinch
Copyright ©2005, Phil Battersby
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This young greenfinch was a recent visitor to my outdoor portrait studio.

Photographer: Phil Battersby
Folder: Recent Photos
Uploaded: 24-Jun-2005 20:40 CEST
Current Rating: 9.50/2
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Camera: Olympus C8080
Exposure time:
Aperture: F8.0
Focal length: 100mm
Focusing method: Manual
ISO: 50
White balance: Auto
Flash: external
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: USM gamma contrast adjustment, cropped.
Image resized to: 743x1024

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Very sharp and detailed again, if I only had the time and patience to set up this kind of outdoor studio I would do so right a way... Very impressife again...

Fonzy - at 23:30 CEST on 24-Jun-2005 [Reply]

Extreme close up's

Phil, about how many clients do you have coming in at one given day? and with the extreme close up that you are getting maybe you can recognize a couple of your past visitor's to your studio, I'm sure there's going to be some sort of pattern to these birds behavior that could lead you to learn more about them, could be educational so please let us know. Thanks for sharing what many are not so privilege too.

Kerland Elder at 01:09 CEST on 25-Jun-2005 [Reply]

Outdoor Studio

At the moment I do not have much time to go out with the camera so this is ideal I can set up the camera and then get on with the things I need to do. After a couple of hours I can go back and see what has been recorded. It is not a time consuming thing at all.

Phil Battersby at 10:01 CEST on 25-Jun-2005 [Reply]


Kerland the birds which come are mainly the birds which live around my garden so I see the same birds all the time. The birds have got thoroghly used to the camera and have no fear of it or the flash. I have some out of focus shots where the bird is looking right into the lens about 25mm away. They are interesting to watch as each has its own personality, some more bold some more timid, some aggressive some not.

Phil Battersby at 10:06 CEST on 25-Jun-2005 [Reply]