Bird Photography is one of the most challenging photography, it’s not easy to click photographs of wild birds. Wild birds are usually shy and they often don’t pose for the camera, therefore, it’s very difficult to get close enough to take the best shot. But if you know basics of bird photography and understand the avian behavior and habitat then it becomes much easier to capture beautiful moments of the birds. Bird photography is a fascinating hobby.
Camera Buying Guide
My friends often ask me for help to decide which camera they should buy. So I decided to write this blog on how to select a camera and the things to look for in a camera body. We will focus on DSLR cameras but some of the concepts are universal and shall be applicable on any camera system.
1. Decide on your budget
Many times we tend to overlook this factor and only come to realize that it is expensive when it comes to paying to bill. A major consideration is to be sure if you want to buy your camera with some professional aspiration which means you plan to make money with your camera or, you are buying to take pictures of friends and family, probably do some travel photography. Most camera companies have segmented their products into three categories; professional, semi-professional or serious hobbyist, entry level. As the technology & competition is growing fast, the distinction between these segments is fading away.
So it all started when one of my friend asked me if I would like to go to Shimla with her and my immediate response was ‘YES’. I consider myself a self-proclaimed best budget trip planner without compromising on the experience. I know that might seem a bit narcissistic but just get over it! LoL.