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"RE: Warblers"

jfitzg14 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2012
Tue 13-Nov-12 10:49 AM

Thanks for trying to help.  I can sure use it.  I am mostly
using a monopod with a Wimberly Sidemount.  I have tried
handheld as well.  I have been shooting no more than 1600 iso.
 Aperture no less than f8.  My shutter speeds are slow, when I
am in the woods.  The light is usually less than good.  I am
having the same problem shooting Piping Plovers on the beach. 
I am getting a white little fuzzball.  There is just no
sharpness.  I am working on putting some pictures on the
sight.  I know it is hard to diagnose the problem without
pictures.  Unfortunately, my photography skills are slightly
better than my processing skills.  The birds are sometimes
close and at others reasonably distant.  Does this make a
difference in my technique or methods?  Should I be using a
tripod?  Thanks.

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