I photographed this ringed kingfisher in the Pantanal region of Brazil during a photo tour to this phenomenal photograph destination. It’s not easy getting a sharp picture of a small bird diving for fish -- and I missed many due to poor focus -- but the 14 frames per second option on my camera helped make this possible. A fast shutter was essential, too. My settings were 1/3200, f/8, and due to the relatively low light and the speed of the shutter, the auto ISO option chose 8000 ISO. I used the Canon 100-400mm for the shot. I applied both Topaz AI sharpen and DeNoise AI in post-processing to make the image look better than when it came out of the camera. On my last tour to the Pantanal, my group saw and photographed 51 different species of exotic birds, plus we had 17 sightings of jaguars. My next trip is Nov. 2021.