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    Default Forest Calotes

    Calotes rouxi. EOS 40D 500f4 + 1.4x converter, Gitzo + Wimberley II. I photographed this courting calotes just outside my house. He was extremely co-operative and I was able to photograph his over a period of two days.

    This image is heavily cropped but I cropped for composition and I think this shows the enormous power of digital imagery and the power of megapixels.

    Thanks for looking, comments and critique welcome.

    Apana
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    Brilliant detail, good composition. Curious to know what distance you shot it from.

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    nice sharp image...is this the actual background of the image?

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    Hi Apana,

    Lovely composition.Liked the colours and the sharpness. The details are nice. The BG is completely black, how did you achieve that?
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Love the details in this image. Even after cropping heavily, you have the details and sharpness.

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    Abhishek - the distance was the minimum focussing distance of about 10 - 12 feet.

    Mrudul and Murugan - He was sunning himself on the window sill of a half-constructed house, the BG is the inside of the house. Alternatively, flash in such circumstances will provide a black BG.

    Apana

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    What a beautiful image, I dont know how I missed this. TFS

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