In total , 6 whole years , 4200 hours by clicking 720,000 pictures has led to spot this extremely fine tuned image of a kingfisher dropping straight on the surface of water with a single pierce upon the layer . “The photo I was going for of the perfect dive, flawlessly straight, with no splash required not only me to be in the right place and get a very lucky shot but also for the bird itself to get it perfect,” status of Alan McFadyen after clicking this intellectual picture .
Added to the conversation he said , “I would often go and take 600 pictures in a session and not a single one of them be any good. But now I look back on the thousands and thousands of photos I have taken to get this one image, it makes me realize just how much work I have done to get it.”
Being taken the wild photography as the passion and the focused niche , he had maintained a brilliant measure to keep things interestingly shot by him .
His grandfather’s lifetime motivation has built a wild impact on him , he adds “I remember my grandfather taking me to see the kingfisher nest and I just remember being completely blown away by how magnificent the birds are. So when I took up photography I returned to this same spot to photograph the kingfishers.”
“The photo I was going for of the perfect dive, flawlessly straight, with no splash required not only me to be in the right place and get a very lucky shot but also for the bird itself to get it perfect,”
Wild splash while the landing
A targeted leap is too tuned in this picture
Alan McFadyen and his perfect shot
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