This article features a selection of aggressive crops of osprey fishing images, captured handheld with an E-M1X at Hendrie Valley last week. Each of us have our own style of photography. For me, ‘aggressive’ crops are anything less than 3000 pixels on the width of a M4/3, 20 MP, 5184 x 3888 photograph.
Since it is getting late in the birding season in Southern Ontario, I made some time in my schedule to visit Hendrie Valley yesterday. My hope was to capture some images of one of the few remaining ospreys in the area. Mother Nature cooperated and I was treated with an opportunity to photograph an osprey swooping in with its talons thrust forward.
Mother Nature recently gave me opportunities to capture images of two different osprey catching fish within a half hour of each other. This article shares a selection of images of one of those osprey fishing, and discusses the importance of buffer management.
One never knows what to expect from Mother Nature when we’re out with a camera. Yesterday I was very fortunate and happened to photograph an osprey catching a large goldfish. Continue reading Osprey Catching a Large Goldfish
Patience is indeed a virtue when photographing nature subjects, and is especially true when waiting for specific events such as photographing osprey catching fish. Continue reading Photographing Osprey Catching Fish