watches my every move...

File name 1M6A6428.CR2
File Size 22.8MB
Camera Model Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/250
Av(Aperture Value) 8.0
Metering Mode Spot Metering
Exposure Compensation -2
ISO Speed 1600
Auto ISO Speed OFF
Lens EF70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM
Focal Length 213.0mm
Image Size 5472x3648
Aspect ratio 3:2
Image Quality RAW
Flash On
Flash Type External Flash : E-TTL flash metering
E-TTL II flash metering Evaluative flash metering
Flash Exposure Compensation -3
Shutter curtain sync High-speed synchronization
FE lock OFF
White Balance Mode Auto
AF Mode One-Shot AF
AF area select mode Spot AF
Picture Style Standard
Sharpness 3
Contrast 0
Saturation 0
Color tone 0
Color Space sRGB
High ISO speed noise reduction Standard
Drive Mode High-speed continuous shooting
Live View Shooting OFF
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Posted by slacker on Mon, 05/18/20 14:02
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Comments by Paul Bracey on Mon, 05/18/20 21:15

watching his every barbule!


Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Tue, 05/19/20 10:12

Good sharpness. The colors on the bird seems a bit dull...maybe add some more saturation...but then it could be a female.;-)


Comments by slacker on Tue, 05/19/20 15:24

Yeah she is female and super aggressive..... Try to tag me every
chance she gets. Soon as she hears a door lock click she is there...


Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Tue, 05/19/20 18:44

Nice sharp picture. There must be a nest very close by and the robins feel threatened so now that they know you they will only follow you around your property. Here is an interesting
story you may enjoy. As a kid when I was growing up there was a robins nest in a tree close to the house. One day when I didn't think the robins were around I climbed up for a look and
got caught. For the next month or so they would make a lot of racket anytime I went out and would even follow me down the street until they felt I was far enough away. Now my parents
were always out in the yard but the robins would totally ignored them so I was absolutely amazed that the robins recognized me even if there were other people were around.
To make the story even more interesting, there was a second robins nest on our property not that far away so being a bit devilish, I would walk over to that tree knowing the other
robin would follow which then started a feud between the neighbouring robins. I learned a lot about robin behaviour that summer.