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Amazing Tips for Tack-Sharp Bird Photography [Video]

Do you wish your bird photos were sharper? You’re not alone.

Capturing consistently sharp shots is difficult, especially when you’re using a super-telephoto lens and tracking a fast-moving subject. Fortunately, there are plenty of techniques you can use to dramatically improve your bird photography sharpness, as accomplished photographer Simon d’Entremont explains in this video:

Simon shares plenty of advice for beginners, including practical shutter speed, aperture, and equipment recommendations. And he offers several advanced tips, too, including his favorite way to create the “illusion of sharpness” as well as a major sharpness pitfall that plagues bird photographers of all skill levels.

So check out the video! Learn how to enhance your images. And when you’re done, leave a comment on this article with your favorite sharpness tip!

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Jaymes Dempsey
Jaymes Dempsey

is the Managing Editor of Digital Photography School, as well as a macro and nature photographer from Ann Arbor, Michigan. To learn how to take stunning nature photos, check out his free eBook, Mastering Nature Photography: 7 Secrets For Incredible Nature Photos! And to see more of Jaymes’s work check out his website and his blog.

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