10 Mar Pic(k) of the week 10: SUNSET BIRDS – Fujifilm X-E4 and XF70-300 lens
Source: Bjorn Moerman
For obvious reasons over the last 6 months my photography has been largely limited to shooting throughout the UAE; being a tourist in your own country. While I can’t wait to hit the Streets of Paris, New York and Tokyo again, staying close to home has definitively pushed my creatively, which is of course a good thing!
While walking around the Al Seef area, I photographed lots of seagulls in this relatively new project along Dubai creek. Somehow I really enjoy observing these birds doing their thing while trying to come up with some interesting images. It must be the pilot-photographer in me!
Closer to sunset, I started seeing the possibility to do some bird silhouettes with a nearby mosque in the frame. Shooting these birds at the right moment is not easy, but this is where the “PRE-SHOT” mode on the newer Fujifilm cameras comes in very handy. Set your camera on Continuous High (CH) and use the Electronic shutter. Next switch on PRE-SHOT in the shooting setting menu.
So what does PRE-SHOT do? When half pressing the shutter to focus, the camera stores the images in the buffer of the camera; not on the memory card. Whenever one decides to take the image by fully pressing the shutter, the last second of images is this transferred together with the images being made while the
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