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Banded Demoiselle

kayak

Always on
Ryan, you really have got this down to a fine art now. I don't know how long you sit waiting for a good shot, or how many you actually take, but well done. :ok:
 

RyanB

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Premium Member
Bloody Hell!!

(Hopefully an acceptable comment :oops::eek:)

What a pair of stunning photographs!! Fantastic detail!
Responding again, both stunning but that first shot is just perfect!
Thanks Snips, perfectly acceptable imho :grin:
Ryan, you really have got this down to a fine art now. I don't know how long you sit waiting for a good shot, or how many you actually take, but well done.
Thanks again kayak, I don't generally wait about much and tend to keep moving looking for settled subjects or occasionally I will follow them around till they settle. I will probably take 5-6 shots of each pose/ pov while I dial in the exposure or if I am trying to bracket for a potential stack take a few more than that...:)
 
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