Friday, July 8, 2011

Getting Better With Birds!

Alright, so like the title of this post says, I slowly started improving in bird photography. But before that you've gotta know that for every fair shot of a bird I got, I got about 20 failed shots. Well, failure is the stepping stone to success! So here's a White Throated Kingfisher, that I managed to shoot in my backyard. I find these birds more common in Singapore than here in India.

I spotted this tiny, skinny little bird in my neighbour's yard. I don't know exactly what bird it is, although I suspect its a species of flower pecker.

And the last and best shot I got was of this Greater Racket-Tailed Drongo, a very common species here. I used to be awaken by the calls and cries of this bird, together with its relatives, other species of drongos.


Photographers said...

The ruby kingfisher is nice! i met one recently but couldn't get a decent shot!

adrielleroyale said...

Well that is where I'm at with most of my photography - 1 or 2 great ones for the 50 bad ones :) Keep at it, you're doing great! :)

Shawn said...

Thanks Calvin and Adrielle!
Calvin, don't worry, you'll get the shot soon ;-)
Adrielle, same here! You get like 50+ times more bad shots for every good one.


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