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12 hours ago, Connor Cochrane said:

Overcast conditions can be great for photography, especially if it's a thin layer.

Ah, but this isn’t your regular bright overcast day. This is MICHIGAN overcast, which means it’s super dark more often than not, and a shutter speed of 800 or under is usually required to get a decent photo, at least for me. 

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1 hour ago, Birding Boy said:

Ah, but this isn’t your regular bright overcast day. This is MICHIGAN overcast, which means it’s super dark more often than not, and a shutter speed of 800 or under is usually required to get a decent photo, at least for me. 

What do you keep your ISO at?

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I’ve had this window feeder up for over a month now and have stupidly never tried to get photos of the birds on there until today.

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Have to wait until they ‘peak’ around the plastic. Will be trying for more of these in the coming days! 

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