Here are the second set of handpicked photographs from my visit to Wild Valley Farm. Below is the view of the tents, where we stayed.
I don't know who used this tree-top house but I would have loved to spend some time there.
This photograph of Kingfisher would have been better / clearer if I had used a higher ISO. At ISO 100 I could increase my shutter speed only up to 1/250th of a second, but if I had increased the ISO to, lets says 800, I could have been able to increase my shutter speed.
To take the photo of this frog, I had put the camera on the ground, right in front of him, and clicked.
The one below was a tough one, as it was night and the lights were poor and I was unable to judge by looking at the camera's LCD screen. This is still a longer exposure than usual.
This is a longer exposure than the one above and keep camera still for 2 seconds is not very easy.
|ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/200 sec Aperture: 7.1 Focal Length: 18mm Flash Used: No|
|ISO: 200 Exposure: 1/400 sec Aperture: 7.1 Focal Length: 48mm Flash Used: No|
|ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/250 sec Aperture: 5.6 Focal Length: 300mm Flash Used: No|
|ISO: 800 Exposure: 1/20 sec Aperture: 5.3 Focal Length: 48mm Flash Used: No|
|ISO: 800 Exposure: 1/8 sec Aperture: 5.6 Focal Length: 18mm Flash Used: Yes|
|ISO: 800 Exposure: 2.0 sec Aperture: 22.0 Focal Length: 18mm Flash Used: No|