Shooting frogs in the dark

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  1. esszeeeye

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    These pictures are nice. I really like how you can almost feel the texture of the frogs. You flash in #3 is a little too focused and bright on the frog(I'm trying to sound intellegent). And I think your ISO is too high.
    Your model is great though, I mean he just sits there. Good job and keep trying.
     
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    isnt that a toad? not a frog.
     
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    Completely blinded for at least five minutes! The combination of reflection and seeing into the water (frog legs!) in the middle shot is nice. I see you tossed him a flower.

    -Shea
     
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    Yeah,its a toad,just looked him up,Common East Asian,I think ?

    I was trying to find a way to take shots in the dark,at a local pond,after heavy rain,they were all very loud,singing,celebrating...

    Will re-take with less flash and lower ISO,ta,Big Bully,and yes,
    Ls3D-I realized,after he WAS blinded,not just co-operative,after hitting him with the AF illuminator,he froze,right by that flower,looking a tad unhappy.

    -These guys ARE frogs,but after this shot,I went home .felt like a voyuer...

    -Frogsporn-

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