HANPA       May 16th, 2012Bird Photography  by Frank Farese
Bird Photography•   Bio               •   Techniques•   Etiquette         •   Lighting & Flash•   Composition       •   Ed...
Nikon D300s, 300mm f/2.8, 1.7x tele-c        Gitzo 3531 XLS Tripod         RRS BH-55 Ball head          Wimberley Sidekick...
Whooping Cranes   ‘Big Tree’
Bird Photography Etiquette Birds come First, Do No Harm       Habitat is Precious     Birders are People too!Emotionally I...
Have an Open MindJohn Shaw thinks you can learn from other people’s   photographs IF you look with an open mind. “A lot of...
Wow! Cool Shot.You must have a really good camera.           Was it the camera      that really did all the work?
Left Brain, Right BrainTechie side …have to be the craftsman and technicianto deal with f/2.8 and all those weirdthings.Ar...
Edward Weston, ”Composition is……..    ….…the strongest way of seeing.”•   Simplify and Exclude, then Balance•   Light-Dark...
Without the CRAFTyou will struggle   for the ART.
Don GiannattiPhotography is...   ….Jazz with a camera.
Don GiannattiJazz musicians…… Imitate (deconstruct) Assimilate (second nature) then Innovate  …..thinking ahead to Improvise
LOVE the EQUIPMENT you have.  Master what you have!Don’t buy a bunch of stuff until you’ve mastered your gear.
“It is not the arrow that hit the target,but rather the archer’s skill that put it there.”                                ...
Camera Settings    Color mode-Adobe vs. sRGBJPEG Fine, RAW-lossless,12 bit vs.14            Biggest Size
Camera Settings      Color mode-Adobe vs. sRGB JPEG Fine, RAW-lossless,12 bit vs.14             Biggest Size Continuous Hi...
Camera Settings        Color mode-Adobe vs. sRGB   JPEG Fine, RAW-lossless,12 bit vs.14                Biggest Size   Cont...
FOCUS Settings     Shutter Release Priority    Release, Focus (Single Servo)R, F, Focus & Release (Continuous AI)
AF-ON vs. Shutter Button           Back Button Focus         No VR/IS activation, No AE       Like Single Servo after rele...
Picture Review-OFFMinimize CHIMPING
Exposure Compensation‘Blinkies’ warning for blown out highlights            Reading Histogram
SHUTTER RELEASE          Single Shot                vs.High ‘Continuous Advance’ (FPS)        CH (max) vs. CL (mid)
Black-and-white Warbler   PA Birding Center
Peak of Action-Decisive Moments
Common Gallinules   Brazos Bend State Park
Focus Setting Selections           Focus Area SelectionSingle Point (Spot)vs. Dynamic Area Selection                  (9-2...
Bobolink   Columbia Bottoms, MO
Kestrel   Addick’s Reservoir
Focus Setting Selections       Auto Focus   Single Servo (One Shot)              vs.‘Continuous Servo’ (AI Servo)
Yellow-throated Warbler   Quintana
Black-bellied whistling Ducks   Brazos Bend State Park
American Oystercatcher   Bryan Beach
Focus for BIFs         Pre-focus    Focus Range Setting      Track bird earlyFocus on eye, head, or chest       ‘Bump’ Focus
Focus for Portraits & BIFs   Move Focus Points          vs. Focus and Recompose    White Ibis   Brazos Bend SP
Barred Owl   SFA SP
PRACTICE-after swallows, hawks easier      Cave Swallow   Paul Rushing Park
juv. White-tailed Hawk   Attwater NWR
Common Green Darner   Quintana
Chimney Swift   El Franco Lee Park
Get up early, Go Hungry! Don’t eat because it’s mealtime.Bird photographers get out early &  stay out for the gorgeous lig...
Laughing Gulls Quintana
Snowy Plover   Quintana
Red-shouldered Hawk   Brazos Bend SP
Gray Days can be O.K.   Goldfinch & Chipping Sparrow
Hudsonian Godwit   Quintana
Broad-tailed HummingbirdHouston Arboretum
Flash can ‘light up’ feathers Ruby-throated Hummingbird   Kleb Woods
Orange-crowned Warbler   Katy Prairie
Painted Bunting   Quintana
Yellow-billed Cuckoo   Kleb Woods
Paraque   Estero Llano Grande SP
Barred Owl   SFA SP
EditingEverything stinks till its finished.                 -Dr. Seuss
Least Bittern   McFadden NWR
Black Skimmer   Bolivar Flats
Quiet YourselfCalmness promotes steadiness    Birds are vocal & listenQuiet promotes ConcentrationBirds get used to Camera...
Slow DownWild Dogs vs. Mountain Lions  The Rule of Sandwiches….Good birds show up the minute you put down your camera to e...
Movements and Colors                       Slowly                     Indirectly                        Low               ...
Use Car as a BlindWood Stork   290 @ Bauer Rd Pond
Dickcissel   High Island
Kestrel   Drying Beds, Arlington
American Oystercatcher   Bryan Beach, Quintana
Black Skimmer   Bolivar Flats
Reddish Egret   Bolivar Flats
Osprey Aransas NWR
Attractions•Feeders•Jetties & Piers•Boardwalks•Ferry and Boats•Smoke•Rice Harvesting•Native Plants, Trees•Water, Drips Buf...
Altamira Oriole   Bentsen Rio Grande SP
Cape May Warbler Quintana
Rose-throated Becard   Bentsen Rio Grande SP
Great Kiskadee   Bentsen Rio Grande SP
Cooper’s Hawk & Great Kiskadee   Bentsen Rio Grande SP
Warren Ranch Lake   KPC Platform
Fulvous Whistling Ducks   Warren Ranch Lake
Bolivar Jetty
East winds at the Jetties, when the ships come in…   Magnificent Frigatebird   Quintana Jetties
Charlie’s Pasture
Black-necked Stilt   Sea Rim SP Boardwalk
Stilt Sandpiper   Laffite’s Cove Boardwalk
Learn Birds and Behavior   Migration, Territoriality, Feeding,    Courting, Nesting, Fledglings         Nature Centers    ...
IdentificationSnow Geese vs. Ross’s Geese   Aransas NWR
They See Us First  Purple Gallinule   BBSP
Kelp Gull Quintana
BreedingLeast Terns   Bryan Beach
Kestrels   El Franco Lee Park
Scissor-tailed Flycatchers   Katy Prairie
Pileated Woodpeckers   Bear Creek Park
Dickcissel   Columbia Bottoms
Reddish Egret   Bolivar Flats
Cattle Egret   Smith Oaks
Red-shouldered Hawk   San Jacinto Monument
Horned Larks   Paul Rushing Park
Black Skimmers   Bolivar Flats
Great Egret   High Island Rookery
Great Egret   High Island Rookery
Red-headed Woodpeckers   Kleb Woods
Wilson’s Plover   Pelican Island
Black-necked Stilt   Paul Rushing Park
Fledglings create Opportunities  Great-crested Flycatchers   Russ Pittman Park, Bellaire
Black-bellied Whistling Ducks   BBSP
Tree Swallows   Brazos Bend State Park
Tree Swallows   Brazos Bend State Park
Tree Swallows   Brazos Bend State Park
Pileated Woodpeckers   Montgomery County
Pileated Woodpeckers   Montgomery County
Feeding StylesBlack Skimmer & Avocets   Bolivar Jetty at Flats
Canada Warbler   Bear Creek Park
Finish the Meal FirstBlack-crowned Night-Heron   Brazos Bend SP
Robin   Tower Grove Park
Anhinga   BBSP
Fork-tailed Flycatcher   Galveston Island SP
Eastern Kingbird   El Franco Lee Park
Vermilion Flycatcher   Skillern Unit-Anahuac NWR
Cedar Waxwings   Smith Oaks-High Island
Rose-breasted Grosbeak   Lafitte’s Cove
Red-headed Woodpecker   Bear Creek Park
Pileated Woodpecker   Bear Creek Park
Wilson’s Phalaropes   Pelican Island
Kestrel Addick’s Reservoir
Sandwich Tern Bolivar Flats
Brown Pelican   Quintana Lagoon
Brown Creeper   Kleb Woods
Red-breasted Nuthatch   Yard
Brown-headed Nuthatch   Kleb Woods
Great Egret   Lafitte’s Cove
Reddish Egret   Bolivar Flats
Ruddy Turnstone   Bolivar Flats
Rock Wren   Anzalduas Park-Mission
Northern Harrier   Katy Prairie
Swainson’s Hawk   Katy Prairie
Gull-billed Tern   Brazoria NWR
Osprey   Quintana Lagoon
Osprey   Quintana Lagoon
Ruby-throated Hummingbird   Kleb Woods
Mississippi Kite   Washington on the Brazos SP
White-tailed Kite   Galveston-Lafitte’s Cove
White-tailed Kite   Mad Island Marsh Preserve
White-tailed Kite   Mad Island Marsh Preserve
Red-shouldered Hawk   Yard
FlocksAvocets & White Pelicans   Bolivar Jetty at Flats
Blue-winged, Green Winged Teal & N. Shovelers   Paul Rushing Park
Royal Terns & Black Terns   Bolivar Flats
Sandhill Cranes   Formosa Tejano Wetlands
Laughing Gulls   Corpus Christi City Dump
Your Yard‘naive’ Yellow-crowned Night Heron   Deerfield Village subdivision
Mockingbird Yard
Local Hot Spots:ELMKleb Woods Nature PreserveBrazos Bend State ParkThe Katy PrairieKPC Warren Ranch Lake, etcPaul Rushing ...
Repetitive PlacesBrown-headed Nuthatch   Moccasin Marsh, Kleb Woods
Grasshopper Sparrow   Attwater PC NWR
Chase RaritiesN. Jacana   Choke Canyon S.P.
N. Wheatear   Amish Farm, Bee County
Little Gull   Port Aransas Jetty
Yellow-faced Grassquit   Goose island
Prairie Warbler   Galveston-Corps Woods
Black-legged Kittiwake   Galveston Ferry Landing
Sabine’s Gull   Galveston Ferry Landing
The Next one is Best!  Always expect the next one to be the best one.      “The way to think aboutphotography is that the ...
Thank You!  frankfarese.comfjfarese@gmail.com
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  1. 1. HANPA May 16th, 2012Bird Photography by Frank Farese
  2. 2. Bird Photography• Bio • Techniques• Etiquette • Lighting & Flash• Composition • Editing• Equipment • Attractions• Camera Settings • Bird Behavior• Focus & Panning • Rarities
  3. 3. Nikon D300s, 300mm f/2.8, 1.7x tele-c Gitzo 3531 XLS Tripod RRS BH-55 Ball head Wimberley Sidekick Sb-800 Flash, Better Beamer Adobe Lightroom OnOne Photo Suite birder.Smugmug.comChachalacaBentsen Rio Grande State Park
  4. 4. Whooping Cranes ‘Big Tree’
  5. 5. Bird Photography Etiquette Birds come First, Do No Harm Habitat is Precious Birders are People too!Emotionally Intelligent-Manners Careful with PishingUse recordings wisely, if allowed Tripods can be hazardous Share See Ethics at NANPA & ABA
  6. 6. Have an Open MindJohn Shaw thinks you can learn from other people’s photographs IF you look with an open mind. “A lot of people look at pictures and their instant reaction is, I could have done that. They should be asking, “How did they do that?”Leave yourselves open to learning from the photograph.”
  7. 7. Wow! Cool Shot.You must have a really good camera. Was it the camera that really did all the work?
  8. 8. Left Brain, Right BrainTechie side …have to be the craftsman and technicianto deal with f/2.8 and all those weirdthings.Artsy side …have to be the poet, the artist and dealwith the emotional, the impressionistic.To succeed you need both sides engaged.
  9. 9. Edward Weston, ”Composition is…….. ….…the strongest way of seeing.”• Simplify and Exclude, then Balance• Light-Dark, Big-Small• Color & Tone, Warm-Cool• Line & Form, Patterns, Texture• Rule of Thirds, Negative Space• Leading lines, Diagonals• Left-Right, Up-Down, Closer-Farther• 4th Dimension: The Right Time
  10. 10. Without the CRAFTyou will struggle for the ART.
  11. 11. Don GiannattiPhotography is... ….Jazz with a camera.
  12. 12. Don GiannattiJazz musicians…… Imitate (deconstruct) Assimilate (second nature) then Innovate …..thinking ahead to Improvise
  13. 13. LOVE the EQUIPMENT you have. Master what you have!Don’t buy a bunch of stuff until you’ve mastered your gear.
  14. 14. “It is not the arrow that hit the target,but rather the archer’s skill that put it there.” -Tyson V. Rininger You create the image. But, gear does matter.
  15. 15. Camera Settings Color mode-Adobe vs. sRGBJPEG Fine, RAW-lossless,12 bit vs.14 Biggest Size
  16. 16. Camera Settings Color mode-Adobe vs. sRGB JPEG Fine, RAW-lossless,12 bit vs.14 Biggest Size Continuous High Shooting Mode-FPS White Balance-AWB, Daylight, CloudyPicture Modes-Standard, Portrait, Vivid
  17. 17. Camera Settings Color mode-Adobe vs. sRGB JPEG Fine, RAW-lossless,12 bit vs.14 Biggest Size Continuous High Shooting Mode-FPS White Balance-AWB, Daylight, Cloudy Picture Modes-Standard, Portrait, Vivid Metering Modes-Evaluative, Spot, CenterISO-Use base 100,200 for tripod &portraits ISO-Use 400,800 for handhelds and BIFs Auto ISO (200-800 @ 1/500th)Aperture Priority-Subject Distance and Size Manual
  18. 18. FOCUS Settings Shutter Release Priority Release, Focus (Single Servo)R, F, Focus & Release (Continuous AI)
  19. 19. AF-ON vs. Shutter Button Back Button Focus No VR/IS activation, No AE Like Single Servo after release Hold for Continuous Servo
  20. 20. Picture Review-OFFMinimize CHIMPING
  21. 21. Exposure Compensation‘Blinkies’ warning for blown out highlights Reading Histogram
  22. 22. SHUTTER RELEASE Single Shot vs.High ‘Continuous Advance’ (FPS) CH (max) vs. CL (mid)
  23. 23. Black-and-white Warbler PA Birding Center
  24. 24. Peak of Action-Decisive Moments
  25. 25. Common Gallinules Brazos Bend State Park
  26. 26. Focus Setting Selections Focus Area SelectionSingle Point (Spot)vs. Dynamic Area Selection (9-21-51)
  27. 27. Bobolink Columbia Bottoms, MO
  28. 28. Kestrel Addick’s Reservoir
  29. 29. Focus Setting Selections Auto Focus Single Servo (One Shot) vs.‘Continuous Servo’ (AI Servo)
  30. 30. Yellow-throated Warbler Quintana
  31. 31. Black-bellied whistling Ducks Brazos Bend State Park
  32. 32. American Oystercatcher Bryan Beach
  33. 33. Focus for BIFs Pre-focus Focus Range Setting Track bird earlyFocus on eye, head, or chest ‘Bump’ Focus
  34. 34. Focus for Portraits & BIFs Move Focus Points vs. Focus and Recompose White Ibis Brazos Bend SP
  35. 35. Barred Owl SFA SP
  36. 36. PRACTICE-after swallows, hawks easier Cave Swallow Paul Rushing Park
  37. 37. juv. White-tailed Hawk Attwater NWR
  38. 38. Common Green Darner Quintana
  39. 39. Chimney Swift El Franco Lee Park
  40. 40. Get up early, Go Hungry! Don’t eat because it’s mealtime.Bird photographers get out early & stay out for the gorgeous light. (get a cooler, bring snacks)
  41. 41. Laughing Gulls Quintana
  42. 42. Snowy Plover Quintana
  43. 43. Red-shouldered Hawk Brazos Bend SP
  44. 44. Gray Days can be O.K. Goldfinch & Chipping Sparrow
  45. 45. Hudsonian Godwit Quintana
  46. 46. Broad-tailed HummingbirdHouston Arboretum
  47. 47. Flash can ‘light up’ feathers Ruby-throated Hummingbird Kleb Woods
  48. 48. Orange-crowned Warbler Katy Prairie
  49. 49. Painted Bunting Quintana
  50. 50. Yellow-billed Cuckoo Kleb Woods
  51. 51. Paraque Estero Llano Grande SP
  52. 52. Barred Owl SFA SP
  53. 53. EditingEverything stinks till its finished. -Dr. Seuss
  54. 54. Least Bittern McFadden NWR
  55. 55. Black Skimmer Bolivar Flats
  56. 56. Quiet YourselfCalmness promotes steadiness Birds are vocal & listenQuiet promotes ConcentrationBirds get used to Camera clicks
  57. 57. Slow DownWild Dogs vs. Mountain Lions The Rule of Sandwiches….Good birds show up the minute you put down your camera to eat your lunch. Use the “Little Sit”, letting the birds come by and come to you. from “Good Birders Don’t Wear White”
  58. 58. Movements and Colors Slowly Indirectly Low Minimize Contrast Clothes for Habitat & Birds Use Natural CoverYellow-billed Cuckoo Kleb Woods
  59. 59. Use Car as a BlindWood Stork 290 @ Bauer Rd Pond
  60. 60. Dickcissel High Island
  61. 61. Kestrel Drying Beds, Arlington
  62. 62. American Oystercatcher Bryan Beach, Quintana
  63. 63. Black Skimmer Bolivar Flats
  64. 64. Reddish Egret Bolivar Flats
  65. 65. Osprey Aransas NWR
  66. 66. Attractions•Feeders•Jetties & Piers•Boardwalks•Ferry and Boats•Smoke•Rice Harvesting•Native Plants, Trees•Water, Drips Buff-bellied Hummingbird Estero Llano Grande SP
  67. 67. Altamira Oriole Bentsen Rio Grande SP
  68. 68. Cape May Warbler Quintana
  69. 69. Rose-throated Becard Bentsen Rio Grande SP
  70. 70. Great Kiskadee Bentsen Rio Grande SP
  71. 71. Cooper’s Hawk & Great Kiskadee Bentsen Rio Grande SP
  72. 72. Warren Ranch Lake KPC Platform
  73. 73. Fulvous Whistling Ducks Warren Ranch Lake
  74. 74. Bolivar Jetty
  75. 75. East winds at the Jetties, when the ships come in… Magnificent Frigatebird Quintana Jetties
  76. 76. Charlie’s Pasture
  77. 77. Black-necked Stilt Sea Rim SP Boardwalk
  78. 78. Stilt Sandpiper Laffite’s Cove Boardwalk
  79. 79. Learn Birds and Behavior Migration, Territoriality, Feeding, Courting, Nesting, Fledglings Nature Centers classes & bird walksClubs-HAS, OG, TOS, Piney Woods Nat’l Geo’s ‘Birding Essentials’Pete Dunne’s ‘On Bird Watching’ Sibley’s ‘Bird Life & Behavior’
  80. 80. IdentificationSnow Geese vs. Ross’s Geese Aransas NWR
  81. 81. They See Us First Purple Gallinule BBSP
  82. 82. Kelp Gull Quintana
  83. 83. BreedingLeast Terns Bryan Beach
  84. 84. Kestrels El Franco Lee Park
  85. 85. Scissor-tailed Flycatchers Katy Prairie
  86. 86. Pileated Woodpeckers Bear Creek Park
  87. 87. Dickcissel Columbia Bottoms
  88. 88. Reddish Egret Bolivar Flats
  89. 89. Cattle Egret Smith Oaks
  90. 90. Red-shouldered Hawk San Jacinto Monument
  91. 91. Horned Larks Paul Rushing Park
  92. 92. Black Skimmers Bolivar Flats
  93. 93. Great Egret High Island Rookery
  94. 94. Great Egret High Island Rookery
  95. 95. Red-headed Woodpeckers Kleb Woods
  96. 96. Wilson’s Plover Pelican Island
  97. 97. Black-necked Stilt Paul Rushing Park
  98. 98. Fledglings create Opportunities Great-crested Flycatchers Russ Pittman Park, Bellaire
  99. 99. Black-bellied Whistling Ducks BBSP
  100. 100. Tree Swallows Brazos Bend State Park
  101. 101. Tree Swallows Brazos Bend State Park
  102. 102. Tree Swallows Brazos Bend State Park
  103. 103. Pileated Woodpeckers Montgomery County
  104. 104. Pileated Woodpeckers Montgomery County
  105. 105. Feeding StylesBlack Skimmer & Avocets Bolivar Jetty at Flats
  106. 106. Canada Warbler Bear Creek Park
  107. 107. Finish the Meal FirstBlack-crowned Night-Heron Brazos Bend SP
  108. 108. Robin Tower Grove Park
  109. 109. Anhinga BBSP
  110. 110. Fork-tailed Flycatcher Galveston Island SP
  111. 111. Eastern Kingbird El Franco Lee Park
  112. 112. Vermilion Flycatcher Skillern Unit-Anahuac NWR
  113. 113. Cedar Waxwings Smith Oaks-High Island
  114. 114. Rose-breasted Grosbeak Lafitte’s Cove
  115. 115. Red-headed Woodpecker Bear Creek Park
  116. 116. Pileated Woodpecker Bear Creek Park
  117. 117. Wilson’s Phalaropes Pelican Island
  118. 118. Kestrel Addick’s Reservoir
  119. 119. Sandwich Tern Bolivar Flats
  120. 120. Brown Pelican Quintana Lagoon
  121. 121. Brown Creeper Kleb Woods
  122. 122. Red-breasted Nuthatch Yard
  123. 123. Brown-headed Nuthatch Kleb Woods
  124. 124. Great Egret Lafitte’s Cove
  125. 125. Reddish Egret Bolivar Flats
  126. 126. Ruddy Turnstone Bolivar Flats
  127. 127. Rock Wren Anzalduas Park-Mission
  128. 128. Northern Harrier Katy Prairie
  129. 129. Swainson’s Hawk Katy Prairie
  130. 130. Gull-billed Tern Brazoria NWR
  131. 131. Osprey Quintana Lagoon
  132. 132. Osprey Quintana Lagoon
  133. 133. Ruby-throated Hummingbird Kleb Woods
  134. 134. Mississippi Kite Washington on the Brazos SP
  135. 135. White-tailed Kite Galveston-Lafitte’s Cove
  136. 136. White-tailed Kite Mad Island Marsh Preserve
  137. 137. White-tailed Kite Mad Island Marsh Preserve
  138. 138. Red-shouldered Hawk Yard
  139. 139. FlocksAvocets & White Pelicans Bolivar Jetty at Flats
  140. 140. Blue-winged, Green Winged Teal & N. Shovelers Paul Rushing Park
  141. 141. Royal Terns & Black Terns Bolivar Flats
  142. 142. Sandhill Cranes Formosa Tejano Wetlands
  143. 143. Laughing Gulls Corpus Christi City Dump
  144. 144. Your Yard‘naive’ Yellow-crowned Night Heron Deerfield Village subdivision
  145. 145. Mockingbird Yard
  146. 146. Local Hot Spots:ELMKleb Woods Nature PreserveBrazos Bend State ParkThe Katy PrairieKPC Warren Ranch Lake, etcPaul Rushing ParkAttwater PC NWRLake Houston SPJesse Jones ParkQuintanaBolivar PeninsulaSan Bernard NWRHigh IslandSpring Creek Greenway Ntr CtrAnahuac NWRBear Creek ParkBellaire Nature Discovery CenterW.G. Jones Forest
  147. 147. Repetitive PlacesBrown-headed Nuthatch Moccasin Marsh, Kleb Woods
  148. 148. Grasshopper Sparrow Attwater PC NWR
  149. 149. Chase RaritiesN. Jacana Choke Canyon S.P.
  150. 150. N. Wheatear Amish Farm, Bee County
  151. 151. Little Gull Port Aransas Jetty
  152. 152. Yellow-faced Grassquit Goose island
  153. 153. Prairie Warbler Galveston-Corps Woods
  154. 154. Black-legged Kittiwake Galveston Ferry Landing
  155. 155. Sabine’s Gull Galveston Ferry Landing
  156. 156. The Next one is Best! Always expect the next one to be the best one. “The way to think aboutphotography is that the next frameyou shoot will be the definitive one. Take another shot and always believe that the one you haven’t taken will be even better.” John Shaw
  157. 157. Thank You! frankfarese.comfjfarese@gmail.com

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