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Birds

Using my Panasonic GH5 and my 100-300mm lens, I started a new hobby. It takes a lot of patience, dedication and passion to achieve my goal. Let me show you how my photos look like from where I started (June 2024) to present. It's a process but I'm willing to learn as I go along.

Birding 1

01

Red Tailed Hawk

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: Lumix 100-300mm ii
Settings: f5.6 | 1/800 | 220mm | ISO200
Location: The Arboretum Guelph

Birding 2

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: 100-300mm ii
Settings: f5.6 | 1/640 | 260mm | ISO1250
Location: Our Backyard

02

Chipping Sparrow

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03

Red Winged Blackbird

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: 100-300mm ii

Settings: f5.6 | 1/800 | 260mm | ISO200

Location: Preservation Park, Guelph

04

Northern Flicker

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: 100-300mm ii

Settings: f6.3 | 1/800 | 275mm | ISO800

Location: The Arboretum Guelph

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05

American Robin

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: 100-300mm ii

Settings: f5.6 | 1/800 | 250mm | ISO200

Location: Our Backyard

06

Purple Finch

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: 100-300mm ii

Settings: f5.6 | 1/500 | 260mm | ISO200

Location: Our Backyard

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07

Mourning Dove

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: 100-300mm ii

Settings: f5.6 | 1/640 | 260mm | ISO500

Location: Our Backyard

08

Ash-Breasted Sierra Finch

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: 100-300mm ii

Settings: f5.6 | 1/640 | 240mm | ISO200

Location: Our Backyard

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09

Great Blue Heron

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lens: 100-300mm ii

Settings: f8.0 | 1/1600 | 260mm | ISO1600

Location: Riverside Park, Guelph

Garden

These are mostly my photos taken from our garden. Thanks to my wife for making our garden look so amazing. I'm using my Panasonic G7 or GH5 with 12-60mm Leica lens and 1100-300mm ii Lumix lens. 

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