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    Purple Sunbird.Poor creature has damaged it's left wing it seems. Exif : Speed 640, F5.6, ISO 400 , Exp :+3 with 600D handheld. It's practically zero crop post.Just resized the file to post.
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    Difficult conditions to photograph with the bright background. Seems the left wing is a bit broken. Wish the angle was less steep. Where was this photographed? Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    with backlit conditions it is challenge to get a good shot... good one thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kumaran Narayanaswamy View Post
    with backlit conditions it is challenge to get a good shot... good one thanks for sharing
    Yes, the bird was available in this light condition. Any help on to improve photo quality on backlit condition will be appreciated.

    Mrudul, the location I forgot to mention - Howrah,WB.

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    In backlight condition the only thing that you can do is 1) expose for the bird so that the sky gets overexposed and bright or 2) change your position 3) throw some light on the bird or 4) stop photographing.

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