Asian Glossy Starlings

Image created on August 3, 2013 in Zhenghua Park, Singapore, with Canon EOS-5D Mark III and Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS at 380mm. ISO 800, f/5.6, 1/400s, Evaluative metering.

Asian Glossy StarlingsChristian C. Berclaz

27 comments on "Asian Glossy Starlings"

  1. Eugenia Wan

    wow did you create the photoanimalium website

  2. Yu-kyung Whang

    I’m sure all your efforts will be worth the outcome though. Don’t give up. And pls share your photos 🙂

    • Christian C. Berclaz

      Thanks for the encouragement Yu-kyung. Like many other endeavors, perseverance and practice makes it perfect, I’m far from it but I’m high spirited 😉 though today I had an outing with birders and after 5 hours we had zilch, nada… Frustrating but that’s part if the game ;-D. I’ll continue sharing on fb and on my site.

    • Yu-kyung Whang

      Birds must be one of the more challenging subjects to capture since they come and go so quickly. But then you capture rare poses like this one: two birds with one shot! 😀 Well done!

    • Christian C. Berclaz

      Thanks 🙂 Animal in general are challenging as they cannot be directed so you need to be fast to capture the right time and create the image you formed in your head. Birds are challenging as they are fast, small and tend to be quickly scared by 2-legged photographers 😀

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