The photograph above is a female White-necked Jacobin in flight. I created this image during a trip to Mindo, in Ecuador. I really like the effect of the not totally frozen wings, which gives a very nice movement perspective. Note that to freeze a hummingbird’s wings in flight, it will take about 5 flashes to get the job done…
From a post production standpoint, I made the feeder disappear in Photoshop with the clone stamp tool. No other adjustments besides that.
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