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This great hummingbird photo is linked to an article that will teach you how to photograph a hummingbird.

This great hummingbird photo is linked to an article that will teach you how to photograph a hummingbird.

A Guide to Photographing Hummingbirds. Article written by Terri Plummer. http://www.mcpactions.com/blog/2014/05/28/guide-photographing-hummingbirds/?utm_source=feedburnerutm_

A Guide to Photographing Hummingbirds. Article written by Terri Plummer. http://www.mcpactions.com/blog/2014/05/28/guide-photographing-hummingbirds/?utm_source=feedburnerutm_

Photographing Hummingbirds in Flight Without Using Flash

Photographing Hummingbirds in Flight Without Using Flash

Want to know more about hummingbirds? Perky-Pet has all the facts -- Hummingbird anatomy, hummingbird fun facts, hummingbird migration, hummingbird flowers, different hummingbird species and so much more!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Want to know more about hummingbirds? Perky-Pet has all the facts -- Hummingbird anatomy, hummingbird fun facts, hummingbird migration, hummingbird flowers, different hummingbird species and so much more! More

Acrobatic and Magnificent Hummingbird! Photographing hummingbirds is always a blast and sometimes you get lucky with a crazy pose. I was happy with this image of a female green-crowned brilliant turning its head 180 degrees while visiting a Costus flower in Costa Rica. Many of the multiple-flash hummingbird images from Costa Rica that you see on the web (including here at 500px.com) were taken at my setups by people who have come to learn this technique with me. If you're interested, check…

Acrobatic and Magnificent Hummingbird! Photographing hummingbirds is always a blast and sometimes you get lucky with a crazy pose. I was happy with this image of a female green-crowned brilliant turning its head 180 degrees while visiting a Costus flower in Costa Rica. Many of the multiple-flash hummingbird images from Costa Rica that you see on the web (including here at 500px.com) were taken at my setups by people who have come to learn this technique with me. If you're interested, check…

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