Baby elephants are non-stop comical. They have to figure out so many things, and quickly -- like, what is the purpose of this long thing on their face, where is the milk supply, and how to avoid being stepped on by the rest of the herd. You have to shoot very fast because they are in constant motion, playing, running, and shaking their head to watch their trunk fly about. The only Photoshop work I did here was to remove a leg of a large elephant on the right side of the image. I replaced it with out of focus foliage. My settings were 1/800 (to make sure I froze the frenetic movements of the baby elephants), f/10, and 400 ISO. I used a 500mm telephoto for the shot.