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Arizona Bird Photography

jfitzg14

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jfitzg14 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2012
Sun 05-May-13 08:44 PM

I am having a tough time adjusting to all of this light. I live in Tampa, but it is much brighter out here in Tucson. Most of my bird pictures are coming out with a really blown out background. I find myself making huge adjustments with exposure compensation. Most of my shots are+1 or more. I don't like the way things look. Am I missing something.? Aperture priority with the D800 and D4 the lenses have been 300f2.8 and 80-400 newer version. Could somebody give me a couple of tips or advice? I am in the field so I don't any pictures to show as examples.. Thanks.

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