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Thread: Blue Tailed Bee Eater with a catch..

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    Default Blue Tailed Bee Eater with a catch..

    These birds rank among the most delightful birds on Earth. They possess startling grace and beauty. Watching these colourful birds catching insect in mid air is a delightful experience! I will try and post feeding behaviour of birds that I encounter routinely a bit more frequently.

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    Camera: Canon 60D
    Lens: Sigma 150-500mm
    Aperture: 10
    ISO: 800
    Focal length: 500mm
    Shutter speed: 1/500
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    May 2016, Lucknow


    -Nishith
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    nice shot.

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    nice to see it with a catch. some more space at the left bottom corner will be nice.
    TFS
    Roopak

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    Good you could capture it with a big catch. Liked the eye contact and the perch. There seem to be some loss of details. Look forward to see more in the series. Thanks for sharing.

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    There are sharpening artifacts in the image. Is this a large crop? Setting up even a makeshift hide can give you full frame images with your lens. Slightly lower brightness to the tune of 2/3rd stop while shooting would have rendered the mud bank nicely. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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