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  1. Farnboro John

    Flash photography with birds

    Interesting contentions worth considering. I don't see any way round the first point. However, my actual experience is that it's not an image issue. If I encounter an issue in the future I'll let you know. I've never heard my own flash firing, which may be because of other noises from the...
  2. Farnboro John

    Flash photography with birds

    The main difficulty in nocturnal photography (away from prepared ambushes at least) is focusing, for which the camera requires light. You can at close range get by with red but at any realistic distance this means white light from a torch/spotlight. This will cause the nocturnal bird's pupils to...