Photographer Shot Incredible And Unnoticed Close-Up Shots Of A Fiery-Throated Hummingbird

Wildlife photographers are tactful and determined people who always bring nature quite closer to us with their experience and talent. For the sake of them, we’ve been able to get to know a lot of beings with whom we share our planet. The ones that we never expected to exist here on Earth.

Jess Findlay's hummingbird shoot in Talamanca Mountains in Costa Rica is another interesting photo collection that gives us much happiness.

However, this perfect shot is the final result of a lot of close-up shots. He had shot hundreds of photographs with a telephoto lens while waiting for the perfect angled position of the bird.

The hummingbirds had the practice to visit the nectar feeder daily. The photographer who took the maximum use of this best opportunity captured these awesome shots.

“A Fiery-throated Hummingbird photographed at just over 2,700m in the highlands of Costa Rica’s Talamanca Mountains · It takes just the right posture, angle, and light for the full spectrum of color to radiate from this bird’s plumage. Using a telephoto lens with extension tubes that allow for very close focusing, I was able to capture a few portraits that showcase this dazzling rainbow display. My success rate with these tiny, frenetic birds was maybe 1 out of every 200,” explained the artist in an Instagram post.

Why are you too late to scroll down and check out the colorful hummingbird photographs on his Website or the Instagram page? Hurry up and let us know what you think of them!

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