I am new to pigeon photography and I have two questions for now.
1: What lens should I use for close-up eys photos? I got very confused when trying to research this... Apparently, people use a "macrolens" but when I try to google one for my camera (Nikon D3500), most of the lenses I get aren't...
all these photos belong to Richard Bailey ...a great photographer from UK....i really love his work...i know most of the people may know him or has seen his amazing pigeon photographs...but i posted it for those people who does not know him....cheers:)
Anybody out there using pigeons to take aerial photos? I see articles around the net of historical use primarily for the military, but nothing modern. I'm especially interested in equipment used. Cheap would be nice. I don't want to send an expensive camera setup up to become hawk bait.
I am looking for good ideas on how to take good, show type pictures of pigeons.
I have been putting the pigeons I have been taking pictures of in a 12" by 12"
box with one side open. A fair number of them immediately try to fly out and it is very hard to get them to pose well with their side...