High resolution birding sample – Tamron 18-400mm Di II VC HLD

Yesterday morning in Morris County NJ I had the good fortune of finding a cooperative and photogenic Gray Catbird during my walk.  The photography equipment I used for this birding outing was the Tamron 18-400mm Di II VC HLD telephoto zoom lens paired with my Canon SL2 DSLR.  A very nice compact and lightweight setup.

Clicking on the image below will to take you to the high resolution sample from my Google Drive account.  Below the image is a little background on the shot and my original caption for facebook.

tamron 18400 birding and wildlife sample

Gray Catbird in NJ photographed with the Tamron 18-400mm VC + Canon SL2.

 

Parsippany, New Jersey

A gray morning outdoors this morning made for challenging photography conditions. The key to making usable wildlife shots in dim lighting is to make the main subject (i.e. catbird) just as bright as it would be on a sunny afternoon. Turning the dial to “M” (manual exposure) and raising the ISO (light sensitivity of the camera) will accomplish just that.

Handheld shot with the
Tamron Lenses USA 18-400mm VC HLD + Canon SL2

1/80th F/8 ISO 3200, 400mm

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments!

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