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  1. John Wocher

    Good Morning –
    A question of etiquette from a bird photographer coming to Singapore to photograph as many Kingfisher species as possible, next week. In Costa Rica I used a MagBeam flash extender to photograph in poor light and in very shady locations. Said not to bother birds and appeared not to have any adverse impact. I think, in isolated areas or in some park/recreational areas where there are not a lot of other photographers present, it should not be a problem, but I want to ask in advance. Some photos here appear to have used fill-in flash. I do not want to appear ill mannered or intrusive. Is it common to see flash extenders used in Singapore by bird photographers, under low light or in shady areas? Appreciate your advice.

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