WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – MY BACKYARD
This wildlife photograph is of a male Painted Bunting captured at a bird feeder on my front porch. This male Painted Bunting was shot using a Nikon D90 camera body attached to a Tamron 28-300mm lens.
For a description of PAINTED BUNTINGS, click here
Subject Photo exif Data
Camera Make and Model NIKON D90
Photo taken on October 26, 2014, 7:42 am
Focal Length 300mm
Shutter Speed 1/15
One Thought to “Painted Bunting – Male”
What equipment are you currently using? I just traded in my Tamron 28-300 for the new Nikon 18-300. It is much lighter, has no lens creep, and takes great pics. I decided not to get the Tamron 16-300 because the Pop Photo bench test results were not as good as the results for the 28-300. I also have the Nikon 18-140 which I use for parties and family gatherings. My point and shoot is the Sony RX-100.
I’m using the Nikon D5200 but I’m planning to trade it in for the new D5500 with built-in WiFi and touchscreen monitor. The price for the body only is $896, the same price as the 18-300.