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a nice pair of parrots. beautiful

a nice pair of parrots. beautiful
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BYJUTHARAYIL
 
BYJUTHARAYIL September 28, 2016
nice capture!

Behind The Lens

Location
I made this photo at the zoo in my city, Goiânia. I visit this zoo quite often to study animal photography.
Time
It was mid-afternoon. The sun was a little harsh
Lighting
The birds were basking in the sun colser to the fance while the background of the habitat was in the shade creating this striking effect in the background.
Equipment
This image was made with a Canon Rebel T5i and a Canon 55 250mm STM.
Inspiration
I love to photograph wildlife, however we can not always have an abundance of wildlife in the middle of a big city. So the best we can do is look for these refuges of animals to have the opportunity to mingle and study these beautiful forms of life.
Editing
I normally do little processing my photos. This was no different, only made white balance fixes and other minor adjustments in Lighthoom.
In my camera bag
I usually walk with a backpack with my new 7D Mark II, a 18-55mm STM, a 55-250mm STM and a 50mm 1.8. With this equipment I can do almost any photo that my vision show me.
Feedback
Shooting in the zoo can be quite difficult. All those fences are quite annoying, always messing up the composition. I suggest getting the most possible near the fence to place it within the zone outside of the lens focus. And, of course, a lot of patience to wait for the right moment.

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