Couple from earlier. The dunnocks are quite common but elusive. The other, I think, is a sparrowhawk. This is the first time I have seen one around here in 20 years so lucky to get a picture at all !
Dunnock2 by gazzer48, on Flickr
SH1 by gazzer48, on Flickr
I agree that a bit of a crop would be good to remove the branches on the RHS.
Like many, I am probably guilty of cropping too much myself and am thinking of going for more environmental images like this and showing more background rather than going for the maximum number of pixels per...
Please accept my apologies if this has been covered elsewhere.
Anyway, I am seriously thinking of getting a D850 to replace my D810 for wildlife. In dull conditions, I am constantly in the iso 1600-3200 range.
I have looked at the DP Review comparometer tool and the D850 seems to give...
Had a walk around Cossington Meadow near Leicester earlier with the boy. The light was patchy but cannot complain. I did not get to photograph everything but we saw plenty of birds including: goldfinch, shovellers, teal, goldcrest, kestrel, cormorant, heron and a few others plus a fox. A few...
One from me from earlier. Just a dunnock and was, unfortunately, shot against a leaden sky but yet again I am impressed with the detail that the Siggy 150-600 can resolve.
dunnock1 by gazzer48, on Flickr
One from me from yesterday. This is a huge crop and I had maybe a second to guess the shutter speed/focus etc before it flew away so I know it is not the best image. Would appreciate an ID if anyone knows what this is ? For context it was shot about a mile from Mam Tor in Derbyshire.