For Those Photographers Who Don’t Want To Ask Anyone.
Ever Again.

If you happen to be constantly asking professional photographers or your photography buddy or anyone else about what settings should you use… Or confused whether to use this setting or the other… Or not sure whether you are using the right settings or not… here’s an incredibly easy but definitive way to do it all by yourself, with unwavering confidence, starting today.

From this day onwards, you won’t be asking any of these common questions to anyone:

“What Shooting Mode should I use?”

“What Metering Mode should I use?”

“Which Focusing Mode is best for this situation?”

“How many autofocus points should I select?”

Or, any of the most pressing questions including, “What Shutter Speed is ideal for birds in flight?” Or “What ISO is ideal for the low light situation,” that majority of the bird photographers seem to be asking professional photographers all the times.

Because, today, you can get yourself a private bird photography mentor who’ll happily accompany you to the field every single time. And, won’t mind you asking any number of questions any number of times.

A Private Bird Photography Mentor, You Ask?

Yes, this private mentor is a professional nature photographer who knows his stuff and is fully capable of guiding you to get the results you are after all these days or years and has enough credentials to back his claims.

With his timely guidance in the field, you can put an end to your struggles and frustrations that were haunting you from years. In simple terms, he’ll be your trusted advisor and a friend who’ll be with you in the field, all the times, as long as you want to take him with you.

Sounds interesting? Read on…

Introducing Your Private Mentor…

Bird Photography Settings Field Pack

Bird Photography Settings Field Pack contains not 10… not 20… not even 30… but 50 (yes, fifty) time-tested and proven field tactics to get tack-sharp images of birds in flight, birds in action, close-up portraits, silhouettes in golden hours, dawn, and dusk, as well as backlit images … just by doing the opposite of what everyone else is saying or doing.

WARNING: 

Do Not Read This If You Prefer To Learn Bird Photography At The Comfort Of Your Home/Office

Listen, these are digital cards which are supposed to be printed and taken to the field with you. If you don’t plan to do that, please don’t consider buying it. Because, it makes no sense to you, neither to me.

The whole idea of making the Bird Photography Settings Field Pack is to empower you with the field-knowledge that you can apply and get results, as quickly and definitively as possible.

So, I urge you to consider investing in these field cards, if and only if you are sure to put them in practice. I want you to get the results. Only then, it’ll be worth all the efforts. 

Here are few key points about what you can expect from your private mentor…

Find out this “dirty little secret” that many professional bird photographers hold it close to their chest. (Not because they are afraid that someone will steal it. But, because it feels “silly” to even talk about it. This one secret will relieve you of all the “dogmas” that were unnecessarily holding you back.)

Why going by the “so-called” rules might be ruining your chances of getting sharper results. (If you just understand the inherent flaw in some of these rules, as outlined in the respective field cards, you’ll never look back. Ever.)

Time and again, it’s proven that there are only a handful of aspects, that when mastered, even to a small degree, can dramatically improve your chances of getting good (even great) images. (While every professional & experienced photographer uses them diligently, all other photographers seem to be oblivious to these basic facts.)

The most common, but frustrating, issue that every bird photographer has to go through, invariably, in the beginning, is to recall that crucial information right in the field, which they read or watched several weeks or even months ago. (Now, with Settings Field Pack in your hand, it’s all there for you. And most importantly when you need it the most.)

Did you know? Majority of the professional photographers relies on this Autofocus point when they want to be 💯% sure that they can’t afford to screw up. Unfortunately, that’s not what has been taught to most other bird photographers who are still scratching their head about why they aren’t getting the results. (Starting today, you can start using this secret to improve your results, almost instantaneously.)

One of the rookie mistakes that most bird photographers seem to commit, and are not even aware of it, is that they apply the same settings for almost all the situations. And they expect different results. (Every situation demands to be treated separately. The changes might be subtle, but that subtle change is what'll bring the commendable results at the end.)

Many of the rules that most photography teachers try to “shovel” down your throat, rarely work in the field. That’s especially the case with bird photography, if not in other genres. (What works in the field is sometimes unbelievably simple and mostly common-sense based approach, which these “teachers” seem to have it in a “safety locker.”)

The Devil is in the details. Sometimes, a seemingly simple change can yield a radically better result. (While it takes years of field experience to “know” what that simple change is, you’ll have it all available at your fingertips, and at the right time, which is incredibly important.)

Did you know? In the case of bird photography, you’ll get better results by breaking the rules, than by following them. It sounds counterintuitive, but that’s precisely what works. (Almost all the Settings Field Cards are sort of averse to rules. Because they are designed to get you the results… not to impress you or anyone else.)

What sounds great in theory, doesn’t necessarily apply in practice. Far too many bird photographers suffer undue hardships just because of this one fact. (You can free yourself of this dreadful agony right now if you want… and enjoy the process of making good images with these time-tested and proven field techniques.)

That’s not all…

There’s Even a Tiny Crash Course on How to Use Manual Mode

…to tackle challenging situations like sunrise and sunset. If you know how to change the Aperture, Shutter Speed, & the Iso, which I assume you’ll be able to, there’ll be plenty of such opportunities to try your hands on this seemingly difficult mode.

There are a couple of scenarios where you can try your hands on Manual Mode, as outlined in those respective Field Cards, to see how it all works. If you get a hang on it, nothing like it. You can consider as a bonus. If not, you can just use Aperture Priority to get the same results which will also be mentioned in the same card.

Here are all the 50 scenarios that you’ll be able to conquer right away

 1. Bird Portraits
 2. Bird Portraits — Closeup
 3. Bird Portraits — Super Closeup
 4. Bird Portraits — Bird Amidst Branches
 5. Bird Portraits — A Pair Of Birds
 6. Bird Portraits — A Bird In Habitat
 7. Bird Portraits — Sidelight
 8. Bird Portraits — Backlight
 9. Bird Portraits — Silhouettes In Dawn/Dusk
10. Bird Portraits — Silhouettes In Golden Hours
11. Bird Portraits — Silhouettes Against The Rising Sun
12. Bird Portraits — Silhouettes Against The Setting Sun
13. Birds In Action — Big Birds
14. Birds In Action — Small Birds
15. Birds In Action — Preening
16. Birds In Action — Bathing (Medium-sized Birds)
17. Birds In Action — Bathing (Small Birds)
18. Birds In Action — A Pair of Birds
19. Birds In Action — A Flock of Birds
20. Birds In Flight — Sideways (Slow-moving Birds)
21. Birds In Flight — Approaching (Slow-moving Birds)
22. Birds In Flight — Fast-moving Birds
23. Birds In Flight — Take Off (Slow-moving Birds)
24. Birds In Flight — Take Off (Fast-moving Birds)
25. Birds In Flight — Landing Sideways (Slow-moving Birds)
26. Birds In Flight — Landing Towards the Camera (Slow-moving Birds)
27. Birds In Flight — Landing (Fast-moving Birds)
28. Birds In Flight — Bird Against The Sky
29. Birds In Flight — Bird Against A Busy Background
30. Birds In Flight — A Pair Of Birds
31. Birds In Flight — A Flock Of Birds
32. Birds In Flight — Backlight
33. Birds In Flight — Motion Blur (Single Bird)
34. Birds In Flight — Motion Blur (A Flock of Birds)
35. Birds In Flight — Panning
36. Birds In Flight — Silhouettes In Dawn/Dusk
37. Birds In Flight — Silhouettes In Golden Hours
38. Composition — Eye Level (Medium To Big Birds)
39. Composition — Eye Level (Small/Ground Birds)
40. Exposure — Dark Birds Against A Bright Background
41. Exposure — White/Bright Birds Against A Dark Background
42. Exposure — Bird Against Dark Background
43. Exposure — White/Bright Birds Against A Bright Background
44. Exposure — Bird Against Bright Background
45. Exposure — Birds In Snow
46. Exposure — Birds In Fog
47. Exposure — Birds In Misty Conditions
48. Advanced Scenario — Birds In Rain
49. Advanced Scenario — Birds In Low Light
50. Advanced Scenario — A Bird In Its Environment 

How About A Sample Card?

Okay, here are some more reasons to get yourself the Settings Field Pack…

An almost laughably simple pro-secret that’s guaranteed to get tack-sharp images of birds taking off and landing. (Once mastered, you are sure to laugh at its simplicity and might even be embarrassed to admit it openly. Far too many of my students have said their entire workshop fee was worth this one trick.)

It’s quite common for the beginner bird photographers to beat themselves up (not literally) in the field as they struggle to make things work. Some things are simply not possible… Or require a slightly different approach. (The “Tricks of the Trade” and “A Word of Caution/Advise” sections in most of these Field Cards are designed to help you get yourself out of such situations as quickly and as skillfully as you can.)

Many beginner bird photographers avoid shooting in extreme conditions like Fog, Snow, Dawn, Dust, etc. mostly because they aren’t quite sure how to make the best use of such situations. (With several Field Cards dedicated to tackling such tricky conditions, you’ll start embracing these situations than cursing, as most others tend to do… And start making some unique, sometimes, outstanding images.) 

Find out a “cool focusing trick” that works like charm while shooting silhouettes of birds in flight during the tricky times like Dawn & Dusk (White majority of the photographers, even some pros, might be sleeping or going home, you might be able to make some incredibly beautiful photos, provided the conditions are great.)

At times, doing the exact opposite to what’s deemed “normal,” can yield some of the most amazing shots. (The secret lies in knowing when to do it. And, these tiny little secrets—the nuggets—are sprinkled over most of the Field Cards to make it a fun adventure, overall.)

Remember, “Repetition is the mother of skills.” Learning through repetition is the key to internalizing all the concepts over time so that you don’t have to think about them at all. (These Field Cards are built inherently on this concept of repetition. You’ll be learning the same skills in different contexts along with other related skills that help you build the bigger picture of how they all work together… And also help you remember and internalize them all, over a short period of time, than if you were to do it all by yourself.)

And, then there are other things like… Why you should not press the Shutter button too early or too late... How to use “depth of field” to your advantage when other photographers are struggling… Why you shouldn’t always keep the autofocus point on the eye of the bird... And much more.

Don’t forget: These are printable field cards that you can take to the field with you. In fact, you should take them to the field. That’s the whole idea. The Settings Field Pack is your private mentor, remember? They’ll be with you, always, and will be ready to help you out in the field—when you need them the most, unlike an eBook or a video course that’s sitting in your hard disk back home.

Here’re some mouth-watering bonuses that you’ll get when you purchase Bird Photography Settings Pack

Bonus #1: The Tricks of the Trade

Find out four crucial field techniques to finding the bird while using a long telephoto lens. (Mastering one or more of these professional field techniques will make you a champion of birds in flight as you can easily track the bird, press the Shutter only when you want to, and get tack-sharp images.)

Find out three critical advantages of using this simple but critical field technique to get tack-sharp photos of birds in flight. (My photography workshop students get a kick when they master this technique. And, you can too.)

Find out an incredibly easy way to prepare yourself to get almost perfect exposure for multiple scenes at once. (It might not be easy at first, but once you get a hang of it, you’ll be unstoppable.)

Find out an incredibly easy way to prepare yourself to get almost perfect exposure for multiple scenes at once. (It might not be easy at first, but once you get a hang of it, you’ll be unstoppable.)

Learn these 10 crucial tips about shooting handheld, if you are serious about getting sharp results on a consistent basis. (These ten tips are not the usual “posture” tips that you’ll find all over the Net. Nope. These are the field tips that are not usual but are critical.)

Bonus #2: Back Button Focusing

This unbelievably simple technique will yield excellent tack-sharp images Takeoff and Landing images when combined with the Settings Field Pack. (The Back Button focusing will make it so simple to achieve the results that you’ll wonder why you didn’t try it for so long.)

Switching focusing modes between single shooting mode (AF-S/One Shot) and continuous shooting mode (AF-C/AI Servo) is a matter of pressing or releasing a button. (You’ll never have to worry whether you should switch to the single-shot mode when the bird is perching. Or, never have to blame yourself for missing that opportunity of a bird taking off while you were trying to shift to continuous shooting mode.)

Focus and Recompose was never been this easy to do. (With Back Button focusing it’s just a matter of pressing and releasing the button).

Bonus #3: Bird Photography Nuggets — Do’s & Don’ts

These tiny bird photography nuggets will set you in the right path right off the bat. (Just expanding these nuggets can become a formidable bird photography field guide. You can imagine these to be your torch lights just enough to show you the right path.)

Eight pages of pure gold that was until today reserved for my photography workshop students. (These are the quick-bites that I’ll serve my high paying workshop students before going to the field and in the field as and when necessary. Now you can print it out and keep it with you all the times.)

Consider it as a Field Preparation Primer. (The ones that your experienced photography friend and/or advisor would tell you on the way to the field before going on his/her “quest for better images.”)

How Much Does A Bird Photography Workshop Of Just 3 to 5 Days Cost?

Before you answer that question, let me ask you this.

How many times can you go to a bird photography workshop? 

My best guess is one. Maybe two if you really love the teacher or maybe more. But, most photographers might go to one bird photography workshop to learn the skills.

The ones who go to more workshops are really going there to discover new places and photograph different species. It’s, in fact, a photography tour rather than a workshop.

Okay, how much do you have to pay for one such workshop? $500 - $1000 or more, for a 3- or 5-day workshop, right?

How about, if you want to go to the same workshop again? $500 - $1000 or more, for a 3- or 5-day workshop, right? Maybe you get some 10 or 20% discount.

So, every time you go to a workshop, you’ll have to pay a huge sum.

Does anything change between the first and the second workshop? Perhaps, not. The concepts remain the same. Maybe birds will change and the scenario will change. But, the next time when you go to the same workshop, you’ll end up learning certain things you previously missed, despite the fact that the photography teacher did teach you that concept before. That’s simply because you weren’t ready yet. 

And, that happens all the times.

Now, consider the Bird Photography Settings Field Pack—your private mentor.

How much does that cost? Just $147.

And, if you want to use the field pack again, how much do you have pay? My best guess is nothing.

How many times do you have to pay? Perhaps, only once.

The concepts remain the same, but the scenarios and the birds change on each of your trips, right? 

So, in essence, your investment in the Settings Field Pack is just once, but a lifetime of returns or as long as you need them.

Easily Worth 10X to 100X More Valuable

than what you are paying for, depending on how much you know and how sincerely you put it to practice. After all, it’s my life’s work in these cards when it comes to Settings and Field techniques related to Settings.

If you are interested to improve your skills instantly, but still think the price is high, please do me a favor. Look somewhere else. We are not the best fit for each other. It’s simply not worth my time or yours.

Now the question is…

Will It Help You Get Better And Sharper Results, Fast (perhaps, on your first field-trip)?

Here’s how you can find out without risking a single penny. 

Go ahead and order the Bird Photography Settings Field Pack now. Print them out and use them in the field within a hundred days starting today. Then, if you don’t get the results, just send an email to me asking for a refund, and I’ll promptly return your every single penny without a question.

You get to keep the Settings Field Pack with yourself and you could possibly use them if you want to.

Here’s how you can purchase the Bird Photography Settings Field Pack today…

Note:

I've gone one step further and made separate Settings Pack for Canon and Nikon users. So, go ahead and use the "Add to Cart" button for your DSLR.

Customized Pack for Canon & Nikon!

I've gone one step further and made separate Settings Pack for Canon and Nikon users. So, go ahead and use the "Add toCart" button for your respective DSLR.

Purchase links for Canon DSLR Users

Purchase links for Nikon DSLR Users

Soon after you purchase, you’ll receive the download link(s) to the pdf file containing all the 50 cards which you’ll have to print and take them to field.

Best Regards,
Prathap

Professional Nature Photographer


P.S.


Don’t forget:

These are printable field cards that you can take to the field with you. In fact, you should take them to the field. That’s the whole idea. The Settings Field Pack is your private mentor, remember? They’ll be with you, always, and will be ready to help you out in the field—when you need them the most, unlike an eBook or a video course that’s sitting in your hard disk back home.

Please don’t buy this field pack if you are not planning to print them and take them to the field to test them out and get some good results. Reading them just an eBook simply won’t work. And it’ll be a waste of your time and money and waste of efforts for me. So, please be sure to invest in it only if you are serious about getting results.

P.P.S.

If you are still not sure if this is right for you, and perhaps you can eventually figure it all by yourself, think again.

Photographers with 10, 20, even 50 years of experience, who started with the Analog cameras, have learned more in a matter of a few days in my workshop than they learned their whole life. They have openly acknowledged this fact in front of the entire group. They were not sure why they wasted their precious years not knowing just a few basics which could have made their life a lot easier and a lot successful.

If it was all that easy, as you might think, to get great results, then why is that these photographers with decades of experience couldn’t do it?

Let’s be honest here.

What worst can happen if you don’t invest just a tiny fraction of what my workshop students paid?

--> You might never know that dirty-little-secret that professional photographers hold close to their chest, that could’ve gotten you sharp results starting today.

--> You might never realize how badly these “so-called” rules are holding you back.

--> You might never know which is that autofocus point that the professional photographers always depend on when everything is at stake.

--> You might never know this laughably simple pro-secret that get you tack-sharp images of birds taking off and landing. This one secret is worth my workshop fee, think about getting it for just a tiny fraction of the cost.

--> You might never realize what you are leaving on the table by not working in extreme conditions that make your portfolio stand out compared to all-too-same portfolio awash on the internet.

--> You might never know that cool focusing trick that works like a charm while shooting silhouettes of birds in flight.

I can go on and on, but there’s no point if you are still not convinced that this could be the best investment ever. If you still think you can do it all by yourself, I wish you all the best!

If you ready to change the results from this day onwards, there’s no need to wait. Just go ahead and order your pack, print them in A4 sheets, go the field, and ROCK! Remember…

Your Purchase Is Backed By Iron-Clad 100-Day No-Questions-Asked Money-Back Guarantee

You have nothing to lose. The entire risk is on me.

Here’s how you can purchase the Bird Photography Settings Field Pack today…

Customized Pack for Canon & Nikon!

I've gone one step further and made separate Settings Pack for Canon and Nikon users. So, go ahead and use the "Add toCart" button for your respective DSLR.

Purchase links for Canon DSLR Users

Purchase links for Nikon DSLR Users

Soon after you purchase, you’ll receive the download link(s) to the pdf file containing all the 50 cards which you’ll have to print and take them to field.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do you have the Bird Photography Settings Field Pack available in Print?

No. 

It’s only in digital format and will be sent to you in pdf format, once you purchase. You’ll have to download this pdf file and print all the 50 cards (or the ones you want) on the standard A4 sheet paper. Each card is designed to be printed on an A4 sheet. So, you’ll finally have 50 different A4 sheet printed. I strongly recommend you to laminate these sheets for longevity and also to protect them from rain or stains.

Can I print them on A5 sheets?

Perhaps, you could. I haven’t tried it myself. It might not be readable. So, please check it with one print and decide it for yourself.

These cards are designed for the standard A4 size sheet. So, for the best visibility and usage, I recommend you to print them on an A4 size sheet.

Will you be offering printed cards of the same in the future?

I have no plans to do that. I might never do that due to too many hassles with printing, inventory, and shipping & handling.

Is there a refund policy?

Of course, there is. You have a 100-day money-back guarantee.

If you don’t get the results from these field cards, assuming that you have printed them and used them in the field, just send an email to me asking for a refund, and I’ll promptly return your entire payment without a question. You get to keep the Settings Pack with yourself and you could possibly use them if you want to. 

Will these cards work for a “novice" photographer like me with a minimal field experience?

I cannot guarantee it. 

If you don’t know how to configure the settings, this isn’t for you.

However, if you do know how to configure the settings... and are serious about learning the craft... and ready to spend enough time in the field... and follow the advice strictly, why not? These skills are not tough at all. But, they do require you to have some basic knowledge and experience about light, composition, how to change various settings, etc. If you know them or ready to learn them either using my other eBooks or blog posts or from anywhere else, these cards will surely help.

Will you advise these field cards if I own an entry-level camera and a 70-200mm or 70-300mm lens?

No. I don’t. 

You have to have at least a decent camera that can shoot up to 5 fps or above (the more the merrier), should give reasonably good quality images up to at least ISO 400 (the more the merrier), and a lens that reaches at least up to 400mm (again, the more the merrier).

Can I get sharp images with third-party lenses like Tamron/Sigma 150-600mm?

Of course, you can.

These field cards are designed for telephoto zoom lenses like Canon 100-400mm, Nikon 200-500mm, & Tamron/Sigma 150-600mm.

Does that mean I cannot use these cards with Prime lenses? 

Of course, not.

With prime lenses, you can make much sharper images, because of the quality glass and the faster aperture. That’s about it. Everything else remains the same no matter which lens or the camera you use.

I have a Sony or Olympus or Fujifilm camera, will it be useful for me?

Honestly, I don’t know. 

If you ask me, it shouldn’t matter what camera you are using, because everything has to work on the same basic elements—Aperture, Shutter Speed, & ISO. There might be some differences in the terminology and also the way the metering mode and focusing modes work. I am guessing that shouldn’t be a major concern. But, other than that there’s no reason why you can’t use these cards.

However, I’ll leave the decision to you.

Customized Pack for Canon & Nikon!

I've gone one step further and made separate Settings Pack for Canon and Nikon users. So, go ahead and use the "Add toCart" button for your respective DSLR.

Purchase links for Canon DSLR Users

Purchase links for Nikon DSLR Users

Soon after you purchase, you’ll receive the download link(s) to the pdf file containing all the 50 cards which you’ll have to print and take them to field.




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