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Thread: Peeping out _ Deccan Banded Gecko

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    Default Peeping out _ Deccan Banded Gecko

    Dear Friends,

    This little fellow is from Matheran & posed for many shots in open. Towards the end of shoot, moved inside tree trunk & peeped for one last shot. Many people , including my wife are scared of these creatures. But, as they say beauty lies in eyes of beholder & I find these beautiful.

    EXIF : Canon 550D, Tamron 90mm VC, ISO 1600, f/22, Tv/60, Internal Flash with diffuser, Hand held, Full Frame , PP in LR5.

    Regards/Anil Kumar Verma
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    It gives a very comic look. After seeing this image, I don't think you wife will freak out. The details in the head have come out well. How did you sight it? Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Nice close-up. Good details in the eye. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice perspective. Why ISO 1600? If you're using a flash without any ambient light, you can use a slow shutter at a low ISO without worrying about shake. I presume you set it to 1600 for non-flash photos and then forgot to lower it. Also, did you try with wider aperture values too?

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