Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The Birdographer

The Birdographer Sothöna1 Sothöna2
The first thing I noticed at Slätmossen on my most recent visit was this photographer. And I even recognized the lens she was shooting with. Because I am thinking about buying it myself. Would be a nice tool for bird photography. It's the Tamron AF SP 150-600/5,0-6,3 Di VC USD. Didnt get her name, but I found her via Facebook as she showed me some of her photos, so hello Annika!

8 comments:

Andy said...

A lens like that is the only way to go for nature photography.

Jacob said...

I definitely think you need to make her acquaintance, talk about her lens, and, well, get to know her better. The only Annika I know is Anika Sorenstam. Oh, go buy the lens, but it probably won't make a lot of difference. You do an excellent job with what you have!

Sharon Anck said...

I saw several lenses like this one at the Desert Botanical Garden on Sunday morning. There were a lot of birdographers out and about.

William Kendall said...

That is a serious camera!

bill burke said...

A very serious birdographer indeed!

Linda said...

Wow! She's holding it without a tripod. Not easy.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That is a mammoth lens Steffe! 600 zoom, fantastic. I wonder if it's as heavy as it looks, would be difficult to control without a tripod? Super shot of photographer in action :)

Jack said...

Whoa! That is a massive lens!