I hope the wildlife photographers can help me.I am currently using a Canon 60D with the Canon EF 100-400MM F.4.5-5.6 L is II lens when photographing wildlife.I am struggling in the lower light…Continue
I will go higher with the ISO, was maybe keeping that too low.
Also like your suggestion that I simply HAVE to go and buy the new 5D. :) Seems I don't have a choice! (or did I maybe hear what I wanted to?)
Thanks for the time…"
I fully agree with Nadia in respect to the following:
f5.6 - 6.3 works very well and I found over the years f5.6 to be sort of a sweet spot with many telephoto lenses giving their best results between f5.6 and f8. The most used…"
Thank you very much for the detailed response, really appreciate it. I am definitely going to test the ISO range on my camera to see where it starts bothering me. I might have been trying to keep the ISO too low.
Unfortunately the science behind photography means that you have 3 areas you can control to control the light entering your camera: aperture, ISO, and shutter speed. I always see it as a compromise situation - it so rarely happens in…"
I hope the wildlife photographers can help me.I am currently using a Canon 60D with the Canon EF 100-400MM F.4.5-5.6 L is II lens when photographing wildlife.I am struggling in the lower light conditions to get sharp images. I don't want to bump up the ISO too much and the lowest aperture (5.6 at 400mm) results in part of my image out of focus that I would still like to be in focus. I shoot out of hand most of the time and find the shutter speed at around 8/9 aperture too slow and blurry…See More