Welcome to the Bird Photography Quiz. This is purely a FUN quiz and has no bearing on whether or not you are a good photographer or whether or not you can make great photos of birds. As I mentioned, it is only meant for fun and maybe you’ll learn a fun fact or two. Enjoy!
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Thanks for taking the Bird Photography Quiz. I hope you enjoyed it and maybe learned a fun fact or two. Most of these questions were based from topics covered in “Matt’s Guide to Bird Photography” course which is on sale this week.
3) If you have a hummingbird feeder on average how often should you clean it?
4. If you see this highlight clipping warning on the back of your camera, it means your photo is overexposed – and when you view/edit the raw file in your photo editor you WILL NOT be able to recover these highlights.
5) Back button focus (BBF) helps your camera’s focus system operate faster and more accurately.
6) If you’re doing slow shutter speed panning and your lens has only 1 “stabilization” mode (on or off), what should you generally do?
7) Here is a photo of a slow moving bird gathering fruit in a tree. As you can see in the photo, the bird is not sharp. The most likely reason it’s not sharp is because…
(settings: f/6.3 | 1/2500th | ISO 800)
8) Let’s say you’re going to head out to photograph larger birds early the next morning (at sunrise) and you decide to look at the weather. The forecast predicts it will be a clear sunny morning, with winds out of the West at 10 mph at all morning. Generally… Is that wind direction considered helpful and conducive to good bird photography for that early morning?
9) Which Focus “Mode” is better suited to photographing birds in flight?
10) Let’s say you’re using Manual Exposure mode and you’ve set the aperture to f/4, shutter speed to 1/2000th and turned on Auto ISO. But you realize that the white areas on an eagle are starting to get blown out and over-exposed. So you adjust your Exposure Compensation (+ / -). What camera setting will adjusting your exposure compensation dial automatically affect?