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. Bird studies with a camera : with introductory chapters on the outfit and methods of the bird photographer . Birds; Photography of birds. 28 BIRD STUDIES WITH A CAMERA. lu. Autuii sons as it is possible to make, and if data of this kind could be brought together from many selected localities, we should have an admirable basis for the intelligent study of certain phases of bird migration. Nests and Eggs.— The photographing of nests is one of the sim- pler forms of bird pho- tography, but in many instances success is achieved only through the exercise of much patience and ingenuity. It should

. Bird studies with a camera : with introductory chapters on the outfit and methods of the bird photographer . Birds; Photography of birds. 28 BIRD STUDIES WITH A CAMERA. lu. Autuii sons as it is possible to make, and if data of this kind could be brought together from many selected localities, we should have an admirable basis for the intelligent study of certain phases of bird migration. Nests and Eggs.— The photographing of nests is one of the sim- pler forms of bird pho- tography, but in many instances success is achieved only through the exercise of much patience and ingenuity. It should  Stock Photo
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. Bird studies with a camera : with introductory chapters on the outfit and methods of the bird photographer . Birds; Photography of birds. 28 BIRD STUDIES WITH A CAMERA. lu. Autuii sons as it is possible to make, and if data of this kind could be brought together from many selected localities, we should have an admirable basis for the intelligent study of certain phases of bird migration. Nests and Eggs.— The photographing of nests is one of the sim- pler forms of bird pho- tography, but in many instances success is achieved only through the exercise of much patience and ingenuity. It should constantly be borne in mind, in photographing nests, that what is desii'ed is not so much a picture of the nest alone as one which shows it in relation to its environment —in short, a picture of the nesting site is of more value than one of the i -Ij ^ _^^ nest only. It is advis- able, however, to make at least three pictiires, two'-'" of which shall show the nature of the locality chosen, the other" the character of the nest and its im- mediate surroundings. When the nest is not above five feet from the ground, little difficulty will be experienced in securing the desired picture. When on the ground it will sometimes be found helpful to put what naturally would be the rear. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Chapman, Frank M. (Frank Michler), 1864-1945. New York : D. Appleton