Practice isn't the thing you do when you're good. It's the thing you do that makes you good.
― Malcolm Gladwell I've been practicing with my Canon PowerShot SX50HS. Several fellow birders/photographers have raved about this camera and I am quickly becoming a Fan too. But it does take practice. The ZOOM on this camera is amazing
and it is so much lighter than my DSLR. Of course I still LOVE my DSLR but this is a great 2nd camera to have when you need to grab and go! Sharing with Saturday's Critters
I am fascinated with watching the behavior of birds. I confess to standing for hours trying to capture them doing what comes naturally. Finally got a shot (not a great one) of this American Robin pulling the worms from the ground. As I watched them it looked like they were cocking their head to one side to "hear" the worms - when actually - they were scrutinizing the ground with one eye to SEE the worms.
"They have what is called monocular vision, which means their eyes are on the sides of the head and each eye can be used independently" - I never knew that!! More from this great article is found - HERE