I was on campus doing a video project in the morning and had just met up with my lab partner to work on a lab in the afternoon when we walked past a berry bush, which had a bunch of Blue Jays flying around it. At first thought I figured that by the time I got my camera out of my bag and threw on the 70-200mm, that they would be gone but decided to give it a try due to the proximity of the birds and my ability to reach them with my 7-200mm. To my surprise I got my camera out of my bag and ready to go and the Blue Jays were still around. I spent the next 5-10 minutes walking around the bush trying to get as many good shots as I could. I ended up taking about 40 images and was left with these 6 keepers. I don’t do wildlife very often due to the patience and time it requires but when the animals make it that easy, I am very easy to give it a try. I didn’t want to leave my lab partner waiting too long or I probably would have spent a lot more time with that bush.
One of my friends Callie is a food blogger and she really enjoys food photography. This weekend she told me she was going to go on an adventure in Toronto and because she almost only photographs food, I challenged her to take some pictures of something else. As a similar challenge, she wanted me to […]