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Up until a few years ago you would be hard-pressed to believe you could actually use a 800mm F5.6 lens for any type of action and behavior photography let alone bird photography. But along came superb gimbal heads (eg. Wimberley, Jobu Design) and the lightweight (for a 800mm lens) Canon EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM and a lot or users switched their old generation 500 or 600mm F/4 for the longer 800. And what a lens this is, super fast focusing and super sharp.
In this article Photographer Ofer Levy shares his tips and trick that’ll hopefully enable you to capture as amazing shots as Ofer does. Or at least a step of the way.

Head on over to Naturescapes.com and read the article HERE


Nature lover turned 36, Avid Nature Photographer and fan of all things living. Every second spend outside with or without a camera is a second for me to grow and learn. Got question, requisitions or just in for a chat shot me an E-mail or connect me on Facebook or Twitter

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