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A Small Sparrow, And Mr. Cardinal

Arkansas Birds

Arkansas Birds
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18 Comments | Report
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onyanita March 19, 2015
tinadegroatjones March 25, 2015
Wow!! Excellent capture!!!!
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Mugs April 12, 2015
Clint outstanding work my friend! Love a copy of this one and another have some wall space. Just beautiful!!!!
Salmalakhani April 13, 2015
Right Moment, Right Time and Perfect captivity!
hsuen-li April 15, 2015
Outstanding capture! Beautiful.
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Daisy00 April 18, 2015
vbFMILLINES229181 April 18, 2015
Thank you ClintJohnsonPhoto great capture.
ovosphotography April 22, 2015
well done!
Karine April 29, 2015
Fantastic capture. you have a great collection of birds!
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crawfras April 30, 2015
Outstanding capture!
elainelvis June 08, 2015
Awesome !
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JoseFSandoval October 10, 2015
A beautiful capture..
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carolcardillo November 08, 2015
Wow, perfect timing! Great capture, Clint!
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ClintJohnsonPhotos March 11, 2016
Thank you everyone! God Bless You!
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Treecy February 15, 2017
Oh gosh, your bird photos are absolutely unbelievable. Totally inspiring!!
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ClintJohnsonPhotos February 27, 2017
Thank you!
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WilmaWolf July 14, 2017
No idea how you did this but this is so awesome! What a great photo!
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Behind The Lens

This photo was taken near my home, in a small private bird sanctuary.
The time of day was late afternoon.
The subject was illuminated with strong defused sunlight from the rear, and adequate reflected frontal lighting.
I made this photo with a Canon Digital xt, with a 75-300 mm zoom lens, mounted on a tripod.
I am passionate about capturing God's Beautiful Handiwork!
The background was a bit washed out, and required some post-processing. I used Photo-studio a professional photo editing program to replace the background.
In my camera bag
I almost always carry a 75-300 mm zoom lens, a 28-80, and a macro. My bag also contains Cokin graduated neutral density filters, a polarizing filter, speedlite flash unit, and remote shutter release cables.
To capture this type of photo I recommend creating a small private sanctuary in an area where your talent feels safe and secure, away from predators with a continuous supply of food and water. When your talent is happy, good photos can happen. I mounted my camera on a tripod about 8’ ft. from my subject with an aperture setting of 7.1 this provided the depth of field I needed. The focus was set to manual. The ISO was set to 800 and the shutter speed was about 1/2000. I employed a long shutter release cable to provide some distance between me, and my subject. The shutter release cable was 27’ ft. in length.

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