This was shot with Nikon D500 with 200-500mm Lens. Aperture Priority, f/ 6.3, ISO500, Exp Compensation +0.3, S 1/500, Hand held. Any suggestions to improve will be highly appreciated.
This image was taken shot with a Nikon D500 460 mm Zoom, Af-C , ISO 1250, f5.6, S 1/40 Hand held . I was fortunate not to have a shake. I tried the Group Area focus this time instead of Single focus for the first time. I know that the picture could have been better as there are some distractions. Any suggestions to improve on this will be appreciated.
I Have a query and need advise. Recently upgraded to Canon 80D with 18-135mm kit lens (Was using Canon 500 D earlier). I would like to buy a decent telephoto lens in budget. Is Canon 70-300mm a good choice for wildlife ( I may want to rent out 100-400 or higher ones when going for birding or wildlife) but for buying which will be a suitable one in budget. Still have the 55-250mm from before. Kindly advise.
The 75-300 is still an ok lens for wildlife. And it also depends which one as there are multiple ones. The entry level 75-300 is not that great compared to the 55-250 lens. So you need to check the review of lens online and then decide. Good option is to rent the 100-400 IS2 for your trips.
Fantastic shot. Love the background effect that you have been able to create.
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I personally felt that the subject has got the catch light and the eyes are well lit. Followed the rule of thirds. Received a good feedback in my friends group. Would like to know if I could have done something more to make it even better.