R. W. Scott "Birds in Flight"
Copyright 1997, 1998, 2002 Gregory J. Scott and/or Ralph W. Scott
Photos by R. W. Scott and Digital Editing by Gregory J. Scott
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R. W. Scott describes how he takes these photos: High Speed Flash Techniques
These photos by R. W. Scott are made with high speed flash.
Thus, they are able to show flying birds with little or no motion blur.
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Samples of artists and others who have used these images.
So far as I know, this site has the highest resolution photo of a hummingbird available
anywhere on the world wide web. It's located in the next section of photos below this text.
Note: This is a work in progress. Check back for more.
Older images and links to other topics of interest are below. Note: the images below are not included in the screen savers.
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||Black Capped Chickadee
||Yellow Shafted Flicker
(Though this bird is not flying!)
||Female Ruby Throated Hummingbird -
Too big for most screens, but you can "pan" the image.
Check the "eyelashes" and the tailfeathers.
See note below for a similar image by another photographer.
Warning: This image is HUGE, and crashes some browsers.
I believe that this is the highest resolution image of a
hummingbird anywhere on the world wide web.
||Same Hummingbird at smaller resolution
to fit most screens.
Click HERE to see examples from artists and others who have used these images.
Links to FLIGHT of birds:
Links to outstanding bird photos:
Other links of interest:
Link to perched Rufous hummingbird which shows the "eyelashes"
of that species. Photo by Dr. Dan Sudia.
These titles are to try to allow search engines find these pages in many languages:
- Birds in Flight -- High Speed Flash Photography
- Aves em Fuga -- alta velocidade Chama Fotografias
- Ave en fuga -- alto Velocidad Llamarada Retrato
- Vogels in de vlucht -- hoge snelheid flits fotografie
- Vogelwereld ter Vlucht -- weetje Vaart Schicht Fotografie
- Oiseaux à Vol -- élevé Vitesse Éclat Photographier
- Fuglene inde Flyrejse -- høj Fart Glimtet Fotografier
- Uccello in Volo -- alto Velocitê Flash Fotografia
- Fuglene inne Flyreise -- høy Fart Glimtet Fotografier
- Fågeln inne Flykten -- hög Farten Glimten Fotografieren
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- Ptica u Letenje -- visok Brzina Bljesak Fotografija
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