It is fun for a change to photograph baby birds. They look different and act differently much like this juvenile tufted titmouse that was at our feeder one late afternoon last week.
The sun was low to the side of the feeder. The light bounced off our sliding glass doors on the porch to provide a little fill on the birds as seen in these juvenile titmice photos above and below. (Please see rest of post for more photos and text) Read More
There is a common misconception that in order to capture good bird images you must own a 500mm lens and be ready to hike miles into deserted forests. The truth is with some patience, planning, a sturdy tripod and maybe an inexpensive remote, you can shoot photos like the one of the American goldfinch above in your own backyard.