kengoh
kengoh

Lesser Whistling Ducks



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Winner in Reflections in Nature Photo Challenge
Peer Award
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Magnificent Capture
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Outstanding Creativity
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LUsherLamacraft Premium
 
LUsherLamacraft September 13, 2016
Congratulations on winning my Reflections in Nature photo challenge. Wonderful capture!!!
JDLifeshots
 
JDLifeshots September 13, 2016
Beautiful capture! Congrats.
p_eileenbaltz
 
p_eileenbaltz September 14, 2016
Outstanding capture! Congratulations on your Challenge Win. :)

Behind The Lens

Location
Singapore Botanics Garden
Time
Around 8am in the morning where the lighting was good.
Lighting
Morning lighting is best not later than 10am
Equipment
Camera: Pentax K5 Len: Pentax 300mm F4.0 Tripod: No Flash: No
Inspiration
As I just got my new birding lens (at that time) I wanted to test it out and decided to shoot some birds in this garden.
Editing
It's a straight out of camera shot, just cropped and resized for uploading to image sharing sites.
In my camera bag
As I'm mostly shooting nature and landscape, I don't use flash. 2 sets of lens and accessories for this 2 types of photography Landscape photography: Pentax camera body (K3/K5-IIS), Sigma 10-20, ND Filters 3/6/10 stops, remote trigger Nature/Bird photography: Pentax K3, Sigma 500 F4.5, Pentax 300 F4.0, 1.4x Teleconverter, remote trigger
Feedback
I always check for weather forecast before heading down to shoot. For nature/bird photography I'll start around 7am-10am and 4pm-6:30pm for good lighting Always make sure I'm not shooting behind the sun and by all means to frame according to Rule of Third.

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