Follow-up to the birding photography thread.

Subject: Follow-up to the birding photography thread.
From: Stewart Ford <>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2004 14:01:05 +0800
Hi all,

For the photographers out there, I read an amusing article on the use of lenses at: There's a particularly funny bit concerning standard telephoto zooms (reprinted here for your enjoyment).

"Standard telephoto zoom (70 or 80 to 180, 200, or 210):

Whether slow or fast, indispensable for most photographers, amateur or pro. Used for all kinds of action, activity, fashion, portrait, headshot, reportage, sports, wildlife, landscape, and nature photography. Covers all the telephoto range most photographers ever need, at least until they become afflicted by the terrible urge to photograph birds."

Stewart Ford

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