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    Default Black-faced Laughingthrush

    Black-faced Laughingthrush is only found in the Eastern Himalayas. But the detail information of this bird is very scanty. It is very shy bird, but I am quite lucky enough to get a shot.
    Place - Neora Valley National Park, Darjeeling, West Bengal
    Date - 14/03/2017
    Canon 7D M II + Sigma 150-600 mm
    Focal Length: 562 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/100 sec
    Aperture: f/6.3
    ISO: 250
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    Beautiful sighting and very well captured. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice image. One of Neora Valley's famed birds. Have you heard its charming voice....you went before spring! Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Well captured. More than luck it's your perseverance, Sandipan . Thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely sighting. Liked the low angle. The colours have come out well. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice. Surprised that you found it to be shy though, I guess they behave differently in different regions and habitats. I saw plenty of these in the upper areas of North Sikkim, and they were by far the easiest birds to photograph there. These comparative observations are always interesting to note.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shyamala Kumar View Post
    Beautiful sighting and very well captured. Thanks for sharing.
    thanks for your comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saktipada Panigrahi View Post
    Nice image. One of Neora Valley's famed birds. Have you heard its charming voice....you went before spring! Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild
    Yes I have heard in sounds of flocks in the Chaudaferi Camp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subhash Shrivastava View Post
    Well captured. More than luck it's your perseverance, Sandipan . Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks for your comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrudul Godbole View Post
    Lovely sighting. Liked the low angle. The colours have come out well. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks for the comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abhishek Jamalabad View Post
    Very nice. Surprised that you found it to be shy though, I guess they behave differently in different regions and habitats. I saw plenty of these in the upper areas of North Sikkim, and they were by far the easiest birds to photograph there. These comparative observations are always interesting to note.
    Thanks for the comment.....Yes I know that this bird can found in very close distance in Sikkim and Bhutan....

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    Your shutter speed was low. Why didn't you increase the ISO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    Your shutter speed was low. Why didn't you increase the ISO?
    It was clicked in extremely low light condition. In that time I selected the auto mode of ISO..... I did not want any grain in the image due to high ISO...

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    However ISO could have been increased from the present ISO 250 unless you are cropping huge.

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