Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required.
Actually I think the problem I am having is with the selection I made on our digital camera. I am only now, after five years, beginning to use it. When I took the bird pictures out our family room window with the camera set on "landscape" the image was not as sharp. When I took the pictures out the window using the "portrait" setting then the image was better. Both times we have also cropped the picture.
I only have Explorer on this PC, and it is an older computer. Our laptop has Explorer and Firefox and my husband was using Chrome for a while, but I think he stopped with that. My nephew responded to my FaceBook comment that I might need a better camera, and gave me a recommendation. I doubt that we will be getting a different camera any time soon. I would guess that if the window in the FmRm was washed I might REALLY get some sharp images! LOL
Hi roseheather, sorry you're having same nuisance. Eventually I'm going to switch to Firefox, try it out then gladly dump Chrome. Many Jigidiers have done that.
Thank you, Pumpkinhead and PLG. We often have many at a time, only two this time around.
The finch, titmouse, chickadee and sparrows seem to do the best with others around. Sometimes the cardinals will gather in a group, but they can be possessive of the feeder as if only they are allowed. LOL
Sharing the meal! How wonderful to have multiple birds on the feeder at the same time. the wings of the red bellied are a give away....and then there is the red head! Great shot!
Wonderful to have these visitors! Thanks for sharing, RH!
I regret switching the setting to "landscape" on the camera. I discovered a bit earlier that the "portrait" setting was capturing the visitors to the feeder with more clarity, but it wasn't obvious until we downloaded them to the computer.
The red-bellied woodpecker is more identifiable the red cap, the belly is hardly ever seen. The woodpecker tucks his tail under the shelf when he is gather seed.