Photographer Captures Incredible Shots Of Osprey In Midhunt Dive

Ospreys hunt by diving to the water’s surface from 30 to 100 feet above the ground.

They have gripping pads on their feet to enable them to pick fish from the water and transport them long distances with their bent claws.

Ospreys will position the fish headfirst in flight to reduce wind resistance.

Chen Chengguang (aka Joinus12345) is a Taiwanese photographer recognized for his amazing bird photos.

His Instagram page is full of gorgeous photographs of birds in motion.

Each of his paintings is exceptional, but his chronophotographs of ospreys in full hunting mode are particularly striking.

Chronophotography dates back to the mid-nineteenth century, during the Victorian era.

This approach records numerous stages of movement and then combines them into a single frame to represent motion.

It is the forerunner of animation and cinematography and was originally meant to be used by scientists to study moving things.


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