Tracking a tiny Goldfinch as he darts about in the air is a heck of a lot more challenging to me than shooting a slow-flapping Egret…
But the speedy Olympus EM1 Mark II made it possible even for me.
So here’s an eleven-shot sequence. First we seem him high up in the blue, then managing a feather-soft landing on his favorite nyger-seed feeder.
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Arthur P. Johnson is an award-winning creative professional with 30+ years of experience in advertising, product development, screen writing, and television and web production. He has loved photography all his adult life and now he's doing it all the time. It's exciting, exhausting and scary, and he wouldn't have it any other way.
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Thank you so much, Christine! 🙏🏻😊