|Copyright: Romario Severino (marioverino) (200)|
|Date Taken: 2013-01-17|
|Exposure: f/6.3, 1/4000 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2013-01-21 2:43|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This picture was taken at a time where light was quite poor and we could not change settings otherwise the birds would go away. Apologies for the noise on the shot and second bird not fully there. This days I put the other shots with better light and not so many noise. The birds were fighting for the spot and was quite a show to see and take pictures, so got nice ones and just sharing here.|
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great action shot. A pity the first bird is not fully in!
fantastic light and sharpness.
- [2013-01-21 3:08]
Pity that you could not show the other bird fully.
I feel that it is still worth publishing given the crispness of the photo and the lovely colors.
Capturing a dramatic event like this is a great achievement unto itself, Romario. Despite the fact that one of the birds is not fully in view, the image leaves great impact in terms of action captured. The poor light has in fact lent a special appearance to this image.
照的很美 這鳥我都沒見過 只有在相片看過
飛起的翅膀 蹬出的腳 和張開的嘴 很有張力
A good action shot, good focus and clarity with bright colours against and nice bg. The light adds to this shot. You were unlucky not get the other kingfisher fully in shot but that happens..
Thanks for sharing, regards Bill.
How lucky can one get?? A fantastic image showing clear detail taken from a fantastic POV. A brave shot using an 2500 ISO setting. Regarding the other bird not being fully in the photo, . . . yes, photographically it would have been great but, to me this image leaves something for the imagination of all nature lovers. Remember, you were there and that is something nobody can take away!! Thanks for sharing my friend.