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    Default Peacock Dance

    Place - Kanha National Park, MP, India

    Gears - Canon 6D
    canon 75-300mm lens (200mm)
    F 4.5, 1/200, iso 200
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    Bizoy Mahmud

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    Beautiful. Its a lovely sight to see a peacock dancing. You could have tried a more narrower aperture to get more details. Good that you got two males in the same frame. Wish the other one in the background too was turned in your direction . Thanks for sharing.

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    ha ha ha
    yes i wished too, i couldn't use block lens, that's why the F number is big. When i took this picture there was 8 peacock's dancing at a time. It was one of the most memorable day in my life.

    Thanks for your comment.

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    lovely scene...do you have a slightly wider compo ?
    TFS
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    yes i have, in fact this one is a cropped picture.

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    It is very important to get a good depth of field so a narrow aperture ie f8 or more helps. There is a big gap between the head of the peacock and its tail and that causes problem for depth of field. f4.5 is the widest lens opening of the 75-300 lens. So you should have tried the opposite that is increase the ISO and use f8 or more.

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    i will remember your advise in future
    Thank you sir

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