Bird photography isn’t easy. It requires a steady hand and a lot of patience. And a big lens helps a lot!! Here Birdfreak is shooting with the Canon 100-400mm image stabilized lens.
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2 thoughts on “Phriday Photo – Shooting at 400mm”
Is this the one you’re thinking of getting rid of? Mike Freiberg and I talked about you at the Nikon booth this weekend. We both say, “Say it ain’t so, Eddie. Say it ain’t so!”
Zen Birdfeeder – the more I use it the more I think that I should probably keep it. The lens has captured many of my best photos. Perhaps I’ll keep it awhile longer 🙂