There was a small homemade pond in back of the place we stayed near Acadia last Fall with two resident frogs. I spent quite a bit of time playing with a speedlight and an R1 kit. The residents were quite cooperative (at least for a while).
I'm thinking I should clone out the flash reflection in the eye.
D300s, AF Micro 200mm f/4 @ f18, HH flash, 1/60s
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#2. "RE: Frog at Night" | In response to Reply # 1LightMeter Nikonian since 29th Oct 2011Sat 08-Sep-12 12:40 AM
>Good shot! I would just clone out the small catch light in
>the eye. A completely black eye wouldn't be as appealing.
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