Stricking goldfinch

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Comments


Heather Mellon

Beautiful capture Yves with excellent focus and detail. I like how you caught him in his element looking very relaxed and nicely complemented by the spring colours. Your new camera is working very well for you. Congrats on a great choice. Enjoy! Sorry for the delay in posting a comment, I haven't been online much lately.

Yves Langlois

No problemo for the delay but still I was wandering once in a while. Glad everyting is OK. For me it is not a hazard but the bird took the pose at just the best lighted spot around. There might be 10 years between the old A35 and my new A7R4. The new one is much better on many factors.

Debra Plett

What a lovely shot Yves, great lighting and composition really shows off the goldfinch. Being a Sony user myself I am excited to see your images with the A7R4 camera and the 100 to 400 lens.

Yves Langlois

Thank you for the nice coment Debra. I also equiped the lens with a 2X CONVERTER. So the 100-400 becomes a 200-800. I will do safaries with and without the 2X. Not sue to keep the 2X because the 61 mégapixels (fullframe) allow heavy croping wile keeping a very good quality of photo. So far it is much easyer on the new cam. for a much greater quality result..

Yves Langlois

Thank you Clifford. I am learning with my new camera SONY A7R4. with a 100-400 mm lens.. Much better than the old A35. More luminous and better contrast. The good pose of the bird and the nice sun lighting make it all.

Clifford Dupuis

The lighting was awesome in this shot. Congrats on the new camera ..enjoy

Clifford Dupuis

what a great shot of these awesome birds Yves. I like the attention to detail along with the soft focus in the background..great DOF..well done

Description
A stricking yellow goldfinch in the joyful color tones of spring always make the cam guy happy.
Taken By
Yves Langlois
Taken On
May 13, 2023
Tagged
goldfinch animal bird finch food fruit pear plant produce canary
  • Focal: 400
  • Lens Model: FE 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 GM OSS
  • Shutter speed: 0.002 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 8

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