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Nov
10

11/2/2010: Yellow-rumped Warbler 2

Late in the day on Saturday, out behind the Hawk Watch platform at Cape May State Park, as I mentioned yesterday, was like walking through an aviary, the birds were so thick and so close. This Yellow-rumped Warbler was perched about 20 feet off the boardwalk, in the full light of the low sun behind me, and a hint of autumn color behind. Irresistible.

I was able to catch several different ”poses” as, despite how it might look in the images, the bird was quite active on the perch. The low sun certainly picked out all the yellow in the bird.

For a digiscoper, or anyone who attempts bird photography, it just does not get any better than this!

Canon SD4000IS behind the eyepiece of the ZEISS DiaScope 65FL for the equivalent field of view of about a 1400mm lens on a full frame DSLR. 1/320th @ ISO 160 @ f4.5 (camera limited).

A bit of Recovery in Lightroom for the white breast and the highlights on the branch, Blackpoint just barely right, added Clarity and Vibrance, and Sharpen narrow edges preset. Slight color adjustment to tame the yellow.

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4 Responses to “11/2/2010: Yellow-rumped Warbler 2”


  1. 1 Wendy Hollands
    11/02/2010 at 9:10 am

    what a beautiful series!! Love the details & awesome bokeh!!

  2. 2 Rafi
    11/02/2010 at 10:02 am

    Beautifully caught..

  3. 3 joe giambelluca
    11/02/2010 at 10:52 am

    outstanding again. jbuca


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