The Cornell Lab Bird Academy Discussion Groups Art and Photography Beginning my Photography Adventure

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    • Frankie
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      FrankieBird
      I am a quite experienced young birder, with about 6 or so years of bird watching experience behind me. I am not able to get a super expensive camera or camera lense, but I am thinking of investing in a spotting scope with a digiscoping attachment. For now, I am digiscoping through binoculars, which is more difficult because it is less steady. I recently went birdwatching at one of our best local hotspots, and got some decent pictures of some Great Blue Herons, which were common and widespread along the shore, but very easy to photograph5581F035-B600-4787-B517-ED34C7CA628DC4CF4838-726F-4319-A54B-7A1CC432F5D4FF395904-5209-4CDF-9AC9-4D6D1B5D848D5761CF36-936B-4CDC-9552-C7D9009ECE1B3E807A03-E5ED-4D99-9F7F-C1505E520B68
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    • Owen
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      Owen Stainken
      Wow neat! I live in upstate NY and am a younger birder too! Its very later to be seeing them and this year I got a GBH Right on Jan. 2 Which is Really late! Its neat to see a GBH in snow.IMG_5431
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