Lunch time ! by Zahran_CR

Red avadavat from Pakistan.

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Red Avadavat by Natureimages

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Wanna join for Breakfast ? by Zahran_CR

Scaly breasted Munia Juvenile eater from Pakistan.

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The proud one ! by Zahran_CR

A juvenile Scaly breasted munia from Pakistan.

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Curious ! by Zahran_CR

Scaly breasted Munia from Pakistan.

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Your Ideas Wanted … High ISO low light by chrishpetersen

I would really appreciate your sharing ideas and tips on High ISO / low light capture techniques and processing:

– Tips for Pushing ISO in low light
– Flash vs No Flash for wildlife?
– Best processing for high ISO/noise
– Best ways to crop 100% or more

Capturing small “jumpy” birds under forest canopy can be more difficult than birds in flight under open skies. I’m refining my techniques for next African safari and would appreciate if you could make comments and share your tips that will benefit others.

Details for this photo …
Canon 5D III
Canon 200-400 w 1.4X = 560mm
ISO 5000, f5.6, 1/400s, no flash
approximately 100% crop

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The Eye of the Finch by cgifford

While I’m happy to report that this particular male finch has both of his eyes, this image draws attention to what is called finch eye disease. Infected birds can actually become blind and thus starve to death, unable to see food, or fall prey to unseen predators. I became aware of this disease a couple of years ago when I began my quest of close-up wildlife images. It is heartbreaking to see them suffer.

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