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how to photograph birds on film in macro

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Old Friday 3rd June 2016, 13:10   #1
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how to photograph birds on film in macro

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Old Monday 6th June 2016, 17:10   #2
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Are you confusing zoom with macro?

Macro is using a specialist lens for very close shots, not using a big lens to zoom in as you seem to be suggesting?

If using a zoom lens, I find that getting as close as possible then using digital zoom to crop the picture, gets better results than using the optical zoom.

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