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Is a cracking image Simon. Well done!
Please see my Flickr photo's www.flickr.com/photos/129804972@N07/
When the bird first flew over I thought I'd got it: camera on tripod, about twenty shots... Then I realised I'd left the camera in aperture priority, and the shots were all at 1/80 sec - no good for flying birds.
Fortunately it came back, otherwise I'd have gone home quite miffed! ;-)
for every time I've changed lenses but not the camera settings. No, on second thoughts, wish I had the decent photos I might have taken...
And we know we do. So WHY do we keep doing it? I did it again today. Oh dear! I get excited, and forget.
I thought I had it beaten; I'd been using a Canon 7D with a 500mm F4 and a 100mm macro. I was changing lenses all the time. So I bought a Canon 5D MkIII, stuck that on the 500mm and put the 7D on the macro.
And I STILL forgot to check my settings! No excuse really. There was a kingfisher, I knew where it was going to go, lined up 5D, waited, it performed as expected, and... Arghh!
Lat/Lng: 51.987519783091, -0.27466893196106
OS grid ref: TL185335
rough common land