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    Stork-Billed

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    Stork-bill KingFisher
    K.F Pelargopsis Capensis

    Finally shot this fella with some decency

    he was sitting under the canpoies and with sunlight fading :sweat: ......heng ah, brought my flash along !!!






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    Looks almost like a cut & paste job if you'll pardon my saying =) Nice shot though. Could be you've created a new kind of photography "Intentional trick, trick photography" Where was this anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XnSdVd
    Looks almost like a cut & paste job if you'll pardon my saying =) Nice shot though. Could be you've created a new kind of photography "Intentional trick, trick photography" Where was this anyway?
    wow !!!!
    i didn't know that i was so talented !!!! just started photography a few months ago and i've already created a new way of taking or processing pics !!!
    first its labeled "cut and paste" then its called "Intentional trick, trick photography"

    must get my fellow photographers to see this, what an honour !!!
    they must be green with envy.

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    Hmm.. don't know how this can be perceived as cut and paste.

    Good effort with a subject in such thick canopy. Flash control in situations like these are very challenging.

    Cutting the flash power a bit and using an omni bounce or lumiquest will help. A higher shutter speed will also avoid the "ghosting" effect seen on a slow shutter speed.

    Love the second shot!

    Cheers,
    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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