While attending a photo workshop at Rancho Naturalista Lodge in Provinica de Cartago, Costa Rica, Keith Kennedy had the opportunity to shoot the local hummingbirds that regularly visit the lodge’s feeders. Using a multi-flash set-up on the veranda, Kennedy was able to freeze the incredibly fast wing movements of the hummingbirds and create some very dramatic shots, he says. He was also able to get a photo of a female white-necked jacobin as it approached one of the feeders with both its wings and tail feathers spread out.
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