Songbirds are one of my favorite birds to photograph. These birds have a lot f rich color and sometimes move fast which makes the photography a little more difficult. They are birds of habit, so I have found just sitting and watching them teaches me how they act. I notice that they are most active in the early morning just after sunrise
When I am planning to do songbird photography, I do usually leave early in the morning with my Canon 6D ii full frame camera or the Canon 90D crop camera. I prefer the 6D ii because the I have more room to work with in the composition. This is important because these birds take off quickly sometimes.
When photographing songbirds on a perch, I will use a flash so I can use a lower ISO and a faster shutter speed. I put a diffuser on the flash to soften the light and prefer to be on a tripod which a gimbal attached because it is a more stable setup, but I can move fast to a subject that lands. Also, have learned that sometimes they come back to the same perch after flying away. Because the birds sit for a short time, I cannot waste too much time setting up the shot.
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