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I went to Costa Rica on vacation and took some cool pictures of BJ... I hope you like them...
Jajaja, Thanks Pumilo!!Absolutely Beautiful! You really got some great shots! Making me drool all over my keyboard!!
It's a trip you'll never forget!! You should visit National Park San Antonio. It's a wonderful place.Wow thats amazing that they sat in the brom log enough for you to take those wonderful shots. Cheers I think I might have to go t costa rica now lol
Unfortunatly no... Only those pictures.Cool, you got any shots from a little farther back? Where were those broms?
Can't tell... He didn't show too much.im guessing the third frog in the back was a big froglet? really cool.
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us.
Yeah that's what I was thinking, like with the screens on the leftThose frogs were in a Zoological setting, correct?
Yes Phil, those were in a tank in a zoo.Those frogs were in a Zoological setting, correct?
I was not trying to disparage your post, pics or your Costa Rican experience.Yes Phil, those were in a tank in a zoo.
I saw some in the wild too.
Very cool ! Thanks.Phil, the pics were taken near Quepos, and the keeper said the frogs were from the jungle near the zoo.
The ones I saw in the wild, were near the Quepo's Volcano.
I had the same thought.For example, I would have guessed the 4th picture is an almirante if I didn't know it was a blue jeans.
I really don't know... They all seem healthy, but not sure how long they were inside the tank.Nice pics man. Do you know if they were having luck keeping multiple adults like that?
Here they are...I know you said you don't have any shots from further back, do you have any pictures of the frogs you saw in the wild?
Just has to do with oversaturation/undersaturation of the picture. More often than not, you have issues with oversaturation when using the flash, so colors appear lighter than they actually are. Undersaturation can happen if you have too fast a shutter speed when using the flash, but that tends to rarely happen, especially if you're using defaults.The other weird thing about photographing orange and red pumilio in situ is that the reds and oranges tend to come out different on disk. Orange can look red and red can look orange - especially when flash is used ect ect.
I wish I knew more about photography to better understand that issue...