Expert wildlife photographer Steve Perry has created an excellent “crash course” in Bird in Flight photography that he’s sharing for free with all of us.
F/stops – Most BIF shots will fall between f/4 and f/8.
Finding Good Targets – The best way to get flight shots is to find birds that are engaged in predictable, repeatable behavior.
Tracking Tips – There is no substitute for practice.
Hone your technique and experience by tracking birds you don’t really care about.

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