Decided to try a different approach to taking pictures of the geckos. Even though the pictures have been altered (except for Hank's), I tried not to deviate from the gecko's original coloring. Pretty much just brightened and removed dirt and specks that were on the poster board. I think they all turned out nice. Granted, these are only a select few, as most of the geckos were quite active and everyone wanted to explore. Gibbs just wanted to be close to me and would often wander off the set. I would have taken more, but the brand new batteries died after about 30-45 minutes worth of pictures...it's HARD taking pictures of these active lil buggers lol.
Very nice shot!
Thank you He's usually pretty easy with the camera...not wiggly like most others lol.
You're welcome! Lucky XD Mine's not often particularly camera worthy..
Yeah, Gibbs, June, and Ziva are the only ones that are actually good at staying still for the camera. I have 33 others that are just too squirmy lol Takes FOREVER to get just one good picture of them. Can't tell you how many times I take the picture and all that's left is a blurry tail tip or just a plain background. lol
33?? :0 I take it you're a breeder then. XD
Animals all do that I think XD
Lol...small-time breeder, but yes.
And they seem to multiply faster than rabbits at times.
How is that for you?
XD Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
Cute I know how hard it can be when there "active lil buggers" but I think you did a great job