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What works best for everyone? My birds cage is in our office with 2 windows. So should I use natural light or something else thanks

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When taking photos, to get the colours more accurate as to what you see in person, it's best to only use the natural daylight from the sun. No flash from camera and no artificial lighting.
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So should the room be sunny? Or just bright when the sun is out?
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The light from the sun doesn't need to be directly aimed at your budgies when taking a picture. Just the normal amount of daylight coming through the room should be enough to get decent results.

I'm not a professional photographer, so my knowledge is limited. You can check the Camera Club social group for more detailed info and ask for further advice and tips if needed. Here is the link:
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Thanks for the link
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The room needs to be bright enough from the natural light coming in the window for you to get good clear, in-focus shots without a flash.

It's best not to have the birds in direct sunlight as that can wash out the color of the cere the same way artificial light does.
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Boy do I miss having this many birds..... I don't miss the mess tho lol

I did not have her when this photo was taken
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You had quite the beautiful and very colourful flock, thanks for sharing the pics!
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It's cool that they are all so different! To imagine they are all the same type of bird and yet so different in colour and appearance. Beautiful birds!
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They are so cute! I cant imagine how messy that many birds at once could be. I'm thinking about moving out into the garden and I've on;y got two in one room! lol
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