My guys are so used to seeing me with my camera, it doesn't even phase them.That's a pretty darn good lookin' fuzzy picture to me. TOO sweet. You guys that have these birds as pets have a really good vantage point from which to watch the whole process.
I know with my birds, one, because it is so cold here right now and two, they are in a loft, for the most part keep their babies covered 24/7.
Even if I do happen up on a pair feeding, most of time, ESPECIALLY if I have my camera, they will stop feeding and cover the babies right away.
Now if I DON'T have the camera, sometimes I can just stand and watch them feed the babies. I think they do it on purpose to irritate me.
I don't get right up in their face when they're feeding the babies, but I have been in the aviary attempting to get a picture & they just keep on feeding. I do keep a fairly good distance though, out of respect for the most part.