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Open-billed Stork - (Anastomus oscitans)

By Abyss3  
Open-billed Stork is a common bird in India. Mostly can be seen in the marsh lands. It feeds on snails, crabs etc.

Tags: Birds Wildlife and nature

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Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
15 Jan 2013 5:15AM
This is a good photo !!

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Andysnapper 8 109 25 England
15 Jan 2013 6:35AM
Very well taken indeed, lovely exposure.

Andy
rajasekar 7 2 India
15 Jan 2013 12:47PM
Good one. i'm expecting the one where it has a crab on its beak

Raja
paulbroad 9 117 1079 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2013 4:03PM
A good image. The head just seems slightly less sharp than the body but the focal plane is similar. May be my tablet though. Should be sharp at 1/2000 although you are at maximum aperture and 500mm, thus 1000mm with your camera. I have this lens and try and use f8 as maximum aperture.

Paul
JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2013 7:04PM
Fine image
Ju
Abyss3 3 6 India
17 Jan 2013 11:17AM
Thanks everyone for the comments.

@rajasekar, I will get that one uploaded as well, soon. Smile

Ram
Abyss3 3 6 India
17 Jan 2013 11:21AM
paulbroad: Thanks for the tip. For this (and most bird photos when the lighting is good) I prefer to shoot in the Shutter Priority and set it quite high as I was shooting handheld and did not want to get any camera shake. For such a high shutter speed the camera has taken the widest aperture available.

However, as you have mentioned it is always good to shoot with f/8.0 for this lens to get some good results. Will keep that in mind the next time when I am photographing birds in good light.

Ram

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