Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Beaver slide pictures

I used an Olympus 380 aimed at this beaver slide, it was so steep I set the camera very close knowing the 380 is a fast camera, but forgot to allow for the 2 most important things to do when doing closeups around water. One is to allow more time for the trigger speed to pick up the heat from an animal just leaving the cold water...first big mistake, and the other is the fact that I make a narrow opening for my sensor which works the best for side to side movement from animals...big mistake when the beaver came sliding down the hill of mud with some ferns it had cut. So, I moved the camera out into the water tied to a couple of sticks I drove into the mud, this gives me more distance to the trail and hopefully a better photo. Only problem now is it started raining hard on the way out and the forcast is for rain all week and the camera is only 3 inches above the water.


At 9:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi there my name is brad and i love looking at your photos. i live in southern oregon and am getting really in to using my camera. love seeing your site for tips.

At 9:15 AM, Blogger Camera Trap Codger said...

Good lessons for all of us.

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