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Dec 31, 2017 09:59 |  #1

This is some really awesome photography of birds using a slow shutter-speed. In all of my years of photography I (personally) have never seen anything of this magnitude. I have seen and done slow shutter-speed shots but not like this, I just never thought to even try it, much less do it successfully.

Anyway, click on the link to see some really beautiful and creative shots of birds in the sky flying.


https://www.nationalge​ographic.com …paths-migration-starling/ (external link)

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Dec 31, 2017 18:57 |  #2

recrisp wrote in post #18530027 (external link)
This is some really awesome photography of birds using a slow shutter-speed. In all of my years of photography I (personally) have never seen anything of this magnitude. I have seen and done slow shutter-speed shots but not like this, I just never thought to even try it, much less do it successfully.

Anyway, click on the link to see some really beautiful and creative shots of birds in the sky flying.


https://www.nationalge​ographic.com …paths-migration-starling/ (external link)

Randy

Wow, that's amazing. And original ...


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Jan 01, 2018 13:01 as a reply to  @ Pippan's post |  #3

I sure thought it was original, really different.

Thanks for replying!

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Jan 01, 2018 13:04 |  #4

Another thing too, if anyone here ever remembers the "rods" phenomenon that were 'discovered' (I think in the 90's), this disproves that, I mean, most people don't believe in rods now anyway, but in case someone was on the fence, this should definitely disprove that thought. (I still know of people that do believe in them)
When I first learned of rods I couldn't believe it, I was amazed that new life that was so different was finally discovered, that is until I saw that moths and wasps videotaped at a speed that showed that rods were nothing at all except moths and wasps at a video camera shutter-speed. :)

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