Bird-Flight Photography
 

Secrets of Bird-Flight Photography

Up INTRODUCTION 1-Equipment 2-Depth-of-Field 3-Film Speed 4-Shutter Speed 5-Flash 6-Technique 7-Hummingbirds 8-Exposure 9-Birds Outside


 

                                        TABLE OF CONTENTS                                       

                                         INTRODUCTION                                                    

CHAPTER ONE
                  THE EQUIPMENT YOU WILL NEED                      

CHAPTER TWO
                     THAT AMAZING DEPTH OF FIELD                       

CHAPTER THREE
                                                  FILM SPEED  (ISO)                                                  

CHAPTER FOUR
                                                       SHUTTER SPEED                                                     

CHAPTER FIVE
                  AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC FLASH                     

CHAPTER SIX
TECHNIQUE IN TAKING THE PHOTOGRAPH    

CHAPTER SEVEN
                   PHOTOGRAPHING HUMMINGBIRDS                  

CHAPTER EIGHT
                                                              
         EXPOSURE                                                               

CHAPTER NINE
                       PHOTOGRAPHING BIRDS OUTSIDE                    

                                TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE                            

Published by:

Roger F. Cram
6752 Bancroft St.
PO Box 642
Hiram, Ohio 44234-0642
330-569-7962

Copyrighted 1975, revised 1982, revised 2002, revised March 2008, revised July 2011, by
Roger F. Cram - all rights reserved

Written text, charts, diagrams, and photographs: Roger F. Cram

Some non-photographic images and clipart in this book were used for filler and obtained from:

ClickArt 125,000 Image Pack Software
Corel Draw and Corel Photo-Paint 8 Clipart Images

Printed in the United States of America
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 99-93530

NOTICE

This book "Secrets of Bird-Flight Photography" is being made available without charge

by Roger F. Cram for self-instruction.