Dedicated photographer took 6 years and 720,000 shots to capture this award-winning masterpiece

As there are millions of photographers in the world it also took millions of shots for them, to capture one great photograph that they’ve ever wanted. Well, if you are really dedicated to your passion and work, you’ll definitely endure everything just to have it.

The story of a photographer that you’re about to read now will surely surprise you on how he struggles just to capture one of a kind perfect shot. It was Alan McFayden who took well over half a million photos in pursuit of getting that one perfect shot and remain in the same place for six years in order to make his dream possible.

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The kingfisher bird is the subject of his photograph that he wanted to take a perfect one. But as everyone knows that capturing a bird like this will take time and effort to really catch them in action. He took 720, 000 photos for just one shot of the bird inside a dive towards the water without water circuits happening around him.

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It took a long time for him just to capture the perfect dive shot of a kingfisher plunging into a lake. He then let the news knew of his efforts to obtain the photo.

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It took only a few who really appreciates the beauty of nature and one of the reason of Alan is to share the beauty of nature that he got to those who won’t be able to see it in person. This incredible work and effort of Alan is just worth sharing for especially for those who are photographers like him.

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