When Lisa M. Ca shifted from Germany to Macomb County, Michigan, she was immediately drawn to the area’s exclusive bird population. Seeking to learn more about her new neighbors, she bought a Bird Photo Booth—a seed dish that enhances as a special fowl-friendly camera—to create a selection of up-close-and-personal portraits of her feathery friends.
When she first moved to Macomb County, Ca observed striking resemblances and variations between her new community and her homeland. While Michigan’s periodic weather styles seemed to be amazingly similar to Germany’s, she was amazed to find its local birds were an completely unique story. Motivated by the wonderful blue jays, radiant cardinals, and chirping chickadees that consistently visited her backyard, she made the decision to analysis the best way to photograph them. “I wanted to get a little closer and started researching what cameras are out there as a little addition to my DSLR. This is how I found the Bird Photo Booth” she told Detroit’s Metro Times.
Suitable with mobile phones and tablets, the Bird Photo Booth is a high-tech spin on the classic bird feeder. By quietly placing a camera-equipped device behind the bowl of birdseed, the photographer is capable of sneakily catch beautiful photographs of the birds as they eat. Then, via either WiFi or a Bluetooth connection, the innovative innovation “lets you remotely watch, photograph, video, and even talk to backyard birds in real time.” Ca opted to share her photos on Facebook, where they quickly went viral. Now, you can find her unique collection of birds’-eye view shots on her bird-centric blog.