JTF wrote in post #15749084
Thats minor, yesterday I took some shots in beautiful blue sky and great light with ISO 1600. Didn't check my settings, first time but will be the last LOL
I have learned that lesson as well when I tried Auto ISO. Won't be doing that again!
eastcoast909 wrote in post #15749178
No need to apologize! Great detail on the second shot.
Thanks. I can actually see the shapes of the window glare in the first shot, and the wet spots on the outside of the window from the snow hitting the glass.
andrewhuxman wrote in post #15749272
LOL no need for apologies. Bet that was funny to see it sliding down.I learned when shooting through glass get right up against it to prevent any reflection from showing up,(but I am sure you already knew that )That second one is very nice.They are pretty birds and i enjoy getting shots of them in Spring
Thanks, it is fun watching them slide down the roof. They do it quite often.
I have better luck changing my angle to the glass, than getting right up close to it. Plus there's very little glare early in the day. My feeders and perches are only a few feet from the window, so I have to be back quite a ways when using the 400. Even the 70-200 I usually have on a tripod so I still have to be back at least two feet to allow for the legs of the tripod.