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Full Critique Bees and Lavender

SharonH

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A couple of bees. Is there anything I can do to inprove the bee that is flying?DSC_0679.jpgDSC_0680.jpgDSC_0704a.jpgDSC_0706a.jpg
 

David_MC

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The compositions on the last two look pretty good. However, tt looks like you were focusing on the flower instead of the bee in these.

For the flying bee, the focus is on the flower instead of the bee. For moving subjects you'll want a higher shutter speed (which looks like you were judging by the frozen bee wings) and you'll want to be in continuous autofocus mode. Otherwise, it'll take practice to be able to track a moving subject that is so small.
 
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