One comment on “Monday March 26, 2012

  1. The AF sensor of your camera looks for contrast in order to adjust focus. It will find the contrast only on the outline of a dark bird like the Turkey Vulture. It is difficult to keep the AF sensor on the face of a bird in flight and the chest is usually your best bet. The eye and the breast are on the same focal plane and if you keep the AF sensor on the bird’s breast your chances to get a sharp image increase. Beside that good panning technique is a must. Try it again Dave, we have many vultures around here. I’m not there yet either. Still don’t have a tack sharp image of a Turkey Vulture…

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