J Higgins Workshop Gallery 2020

John Higgins attended the May 25-29 workshop. He was using excellent Sony equipment: Sony A7R iv camera body and Sony 400 mm, f/2.8 GM OSS lens and 1.4x SEL14TC teleconverter, supported by a sturdy tripod and gimbal head. Even though his effective focal length was shorter than I recommend for warbler photography – 560mm at f/4.0, the 61 megapixel camera afforded the ability to crop extensively, if desired. This flexibility in cropping allows great flexibility in composition, as demonstrated in his excellent results below.

Male Cape May Warbler

Male Kirtland’s Warbler

Male Blackburnian Warbler

Male Bobolink

Male Wilson’s Warbler

Clay-colored Sparrow

Male Common Yellowthroat

Male Chestnut-sided Warbler

Male Canada Warbler

Male Black-throated Blue Warbler

Pied-billed Grebe

Male Tennessee Warbler

Winter Wren

Cedar Waxwing

Male Black and White Warbler

Male Palm Warbler

American Redstart – first year male

Male Black-throated Green Warbler

Male Bobolink

Canada Warbler – first year male

Male Indigo Bunting

Male Blackburnian Warbler

Warbling Vireo

Male Black-throated Green Warbler