Photographing Birds in Flight

Photographing Birds in Flight is one of the most challenging things to do in wildlife photography. Show notes are here: Nancy Elwood teaches some of her tricks and techniques to get sharp images of the flying birds. Her two main tips: • The most important thing to pay attention to is your shutter speed. It must be fast! • Practice panning and then practice some more Nancy Elwood is a professional wildlife photographer. She has since traveled to Antarctica, South Georgia, and The Falkland Islands, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Madagascar, Namibia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, The Pantanal of Brazil, and the Galapagos Islands. Nancy settled back in Florida in 2004 where she spends as much time as possible exploring her world, conducting photography workshops throughout Florida, the United States and abroad. Her images have been on the cover of Audubon and won Highly Honored in the Nature’s Best Windland Smith Rice International Awards. More of her work may be found by visiting her website at ~~~ Join our Facebook group for photo camaraderie: Or our support group for helping photo-artists to sell their work: If you need a strong foundation in photography concepts and how to apply them to YOUR camera, watch our free webinar: The Understand Photography Show is an interview-style podcast about travel, nature, and fine art photography. You are watching the behind-the-scenes interview with video. Host Peggy Farren interviews famous photographers, beginner photographers, specialty photographers, travel gurus, and more on this weekly show. It airs on Fridays on the Understand Photography Facebook page, YouTube, and iTunes. The motto at Understand Photography is “We Simplify the Technical”. If you like things explained to you in a simple, step by step manner, you’ll love The Understand Photography Show!

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A teaching show featuring travel, nature and fine art photography. Our motto at Understand Photography is "We Simplify the Technical". Peggy Farren interviews photographer guests who excel at their topic. You will learn what you need to know, get suggestions on photography equipment, receive resources to help you understand photography, sell your fine art photography, and more!