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"Just Lounging" – Reptile photography

If reptiles could speak, this one would say that he's simply too cool to stand up to take a photo. A natural lounging photo would look just as good anyhow, right?
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Beautiful textures. Could you tell us your shot settings and processing techniques for these images?
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