10 tips for Better Bird Photography in the Everglades & Beyond

1. Use a fast shutter speed 

2. Don’t be afraid of a high ISO

3. Try shutter-priority or manual mode⁠

4. Take a burst of shots⁠

5. Grab the biggest zoom lens you have⁠

6. Use stabilization 

7. Focus on the bird’s eye

8. Shoot in the early morning 

9. Move slowly & be quiet 

10. Use a blind, shoot from a car, & be patient! ⁠

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Hey I’m Rebecca!

I’m a freelance travel & outdoors photographer and blogger living in the US but you can find me adventuring around the globe! On this blog I share tips to help you improve your photography, inspiration to explore the outdoors, destination guides, and travel tips, and more to plan your own adventures!





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