I have suspended the suspension on the suspended, allowing the suspended to post in a non-suspending manner.
Spiraleyes wrote:Boost your ISO as a LAST resort, NEVER as a first alternative. Slow your shutter speed first, if you can; stop your aperture down next.
In the first set of pics, you're shooting at 1/800. No reason you can't gain several stops in exposure by dropping it down lower. Likely, the camera is metering off the sky (it's exposed properly) and the birds come out underexposed. You may want to shoot in shutter priority to expose the birds properly versus letting the camera decide for you.
In a situation like this, it's important to use your histogram to show you what areas are over/under exposed so you can compensate properly. If you're shooting in RAW, you can edit +/- a stop in post processing.
Keep it up and keep practicing!
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