Sunbird in low light: Most people would not have taken the photo. It was after sunset, but I have never seen a dusky sunbird at the time, so I upped my ISO to 1600 and took the photo anyway, just as a record shot so I could identify the bird afterwards. It is not sharp at all.

Home / Using the photography exposure triangle to improve your photos / Sunbird in low light: Most people would not have taken the photo. It was after sunset, but I have never seen a dusky sunbird at the time, so I upped my ISO to 1600 and took the photo anyway, just as a record shot so I could identify the bird afterwards. It is not sharp at all.

Sunbird in low light: Most people would not have taken the photo. It was after sunset, but I have never seen a dusky sunbird at the time, so I upped my ISO to 1600 and took the photo anyway, just as a record shot so I could identify the bird afterwards. It is not sharp at all.

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