Way too dark

I have discovered one positive quality of it, sometimes an under-exposure captures all of the details. It is fairly easy to then edit them into a usable image.

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still learning after all these years.

I use Aperture priority with single point focus, which is recommended by both demonstrators. I had discovered the pros and coms of each mode over the past year, finally settling on that common opinion.

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no more mid day photo shoots.

I now have to wait to perform that task until the wind stops September 1st, I will then have all winter to complete it. I’m using single point focus now anyway making the calibration almost moot so I’ll just keep using it. Single point is my focusing goal, I will merely adapt it now.

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still underexposed in the mid-day sun.

Once again I have discovered with it on close ups within 50 feet aren’t too terribly bad. But when I go beyond that further out I go the blurrier the image is, it will not focus correctly. I’m taking

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editing pictures; the spark of life.

The spark of life is instrumental in nature photography as it shows the animal is healthy and alive. In order to capture it the animals head must be in the correct position to the sun, and the light must be below or even with the eyes.

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I used the wrong word.

It’s an intermittent issue, suddenly it will slow from high speed to low speed and stay there for a few days. Of course it wasn’t doing it when he arrived, but there is always a silver lining isn’t there?

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