During my recent trip to the Bronx Zoo, I got many many photos of birds. Instead of clogging up the forums with new topics, I'll just post them here unless I think they deserve their own thread (or if they're ducks!). All photos shot using my Canon Digital Rebel XTi with my Canon EFS 55-250mm F/4-5.6 IS lens.
Bald Eagle -> Click for Thread
1/30 s, F/5.6, 250 mm, ISO 400 (no barriers)
Shot through glass, 1/6 s, F/5.6, 229 mm, ISO 400
No flash used because the rocks where shiny and the glass was wet, that's why the shutter speed is so slow (thank god for IS!)
Shot through a vertical fence, 1/200 s, F/5.6, 163 mm, ISO 100
No flash used because it bounced off the fence (which is noticeable in the background parts)
Shot through a vertical fence, 1/30 s, F/5.6, 220 mm, ISO 400
No flash used for the same reason as above. I wish the leaf wasn't in the way...
Feel free to comment, critique or juts look.
I'll post more as I put them online!