This week I have worked on getting the lowest possible viewpoint when photographing water birds. The camera was lying flat on the ground to mimimise the angle to the water. It creates a very shallow depth-of-field and great seperation from the surroundings.

Here are some of the shots from the last few days. The images where taken with the Fujifilm GFX-100 and GF250+TC.
To get low to the ground it becomes nescessary to fit the EVF tilt adapter unless you are comfortable composing and focusing using a rear tilt screen. I am not.

Here are some 100% croped sections of some of the images. It is incredible how much detail this camera combination can extract, even at some distance. Click on the gallery and select full size from the options.

 

 

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