|Copyright: Zahoor Ahmed (zahoor_salmi)
|Date Taken: 2007-12-31|
|Camera: Canon 40D, 400f5.6 L, Nikon L37c UV filter|
|Exposure: f/5.6, 1/125 seconds|
|Details: Tripod: Yes (Fill) Flash: Yes|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-08-28 0:52|
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|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Canon EOS 40D|
EF400mm f/5.6L USM
3888 x 2592
Tone Curve : Standard
Sharpness level : -
Pattern Sharpness : -
Contrast : 0
Sharpness : 7
Color saturation : 4
Color tone : 0
Highlight tone priority : No
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Kingfishers are one of my favourite birds, they are just so prtty, the colours are lovely and they are pretty hard to get a good shot of them, at least they are here in NZ. I love this shot, its sharp, its colourful, its interesting and its one of my favourite birds. Its a win win tfs.
Well composed and good focus/sharpness!
I saw firstly large size of this attractive bird.
And, the soft tone of the background gives good effect in the entire image, I think.
Thanks for sharing!
- [2008-09-06 0:48]
You really have spoiled us with all the excellent captures of Kingfishers in your portfolio.
This little beauty is just too cute for words. It is such an amazing little bird and it portrays
a wonderful sense of magnificence, gentleness, tranquillity, purity and sheer beauty.
The details of the multi-coloured plumage and other features show perfectly
and the exposure control ensured amazing contrasts and colour rendition,
especially highlighting those beautiful royal blue spots.
Maybe you could have cropped the fuzzed leave on the left hand side without actually
impacting negatively on the composition, but it is not a major nit.
Well done and TFS.
very nice collors
very sharp foto
i like this picture