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  1. Thread: The Leopard

    by Uday Kiran
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    Thank you Saktipada, Sankar and Sundar.

    Thank you Saktipada, Sankar and Sundar.
  2. Thread: The Leopard

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    Hi Mrudul, Yes it was tough but I had pictured in...

    Hi Mrudul, Yes it was tough but I had pictured in my mind to take the image through leaves. The sighting lasted over 30mins and 15-20 mins the next day. Got some really good images I believe. Still...
  3. Thread: The Leopard

    by Uday Kiran
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    The Leopard

    It took 30 safaris for my first leopard sighting in BR Hills.

    Aperture: 5.6f
    Shutter Speed: 1/60s
    ISO: 800
    Focal Length: 400
    Did not crop.
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    Need ID of this snail please

    Hi,

    Need help on the ID of this snail please. This was taken in Madikeri in September. Please let me know if you need any further information from my end.

    Aperture: 5 f
    Shutter Speed: 1/200s...
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    Hi Mrudul, Yes the light was harsh. This was my...

    Hi Mrudul, Yes the light was harsh. This was my very first time into macro photography and I found it a bit difficult to adjust the LED light controls and focusing them accurately. Probably this is...
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    Thank you Arun for the id and information on the...

    Thank you Arun for the id and information on the specie. That was helpful indeed.
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    Need ID of this mantis

    Hi,

    Need help on the ID of this Mantis please. This was taken in Madikeri in September. Please let me know if you need any further information from my end.

    Thanks in advance
    Uday Kiran
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    Thank you Mrudul. Nope, we couldn't on the next...

    Thank you Mrudul. Nope, we couldn't on the next day.
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    Thank you for the comments. :-) I have tried...

    Thank you for the comments. :-)

    I have tried using f8 as well but the shots didn't come up well. In the sense, the Jackal was already on the move and in opposite direction. We were actually...
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    The hidden one

    This was all it gave to photograph. At first, I thought it to be a stone or something, but a sudden movement changed my impression as stone cannot move on its own ;-) Then seeing our boat,it...
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    Grey Headed Fish Eagle

    This raptor can be easily found in somewhat larger water bodies such as lakes, rivers, swamps etc for fishes. And hence, the name. It also feeds on reptiles and minuscule mammals as well.

    This...
  12. Thread: Sanderling

    by Uday Kiran
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    Sanderling

    There were a big group and I had to isolate one of them and started to concentrate. This guy started moving towards me. Got some decent images of it, but at one point of time it was so close to me...
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    Thanks Abhishek for the feedback. I had...

    Thanks Abhishek for the feedback.

    I had brought back the luminance noise from 30 to 0 but there is no difference in the details of the tree trunk. Not sure what else it might be.
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    Mottled Wood Owl

    This was taken in the buffer zone of the Tadoba. I had taken some images the day before (of both mother and kid), but the lighting was not favorable (very harsh), so I couldn't do much even after...
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    Eurasian Curlew

    Certain species of birds as I observed, they walk for a while and then stand on one leg for sometime(may be to take rest ?) and then proceed further. And after sometime they again stand on the same...
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    Greater flamingo

    There were a flock of around 100. I had to wait for sometime for any one of them to come out for a portrait image. Finally two came out and I had to manage to set my frame in such a way that I can...
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    Indian grey mongoose

    This was the first mammal which I had seen in Gir NP, two years back. Not sure what happened to it's skin on the right. I took couple of snaps and went ahead.

    Aperture: 8f
    Shutter speed: 1/1250s...
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    Indian wild dog or Dhole

    We had received an info about a pack of wild dogs sitting on the road, so we had deviated from our usual track and proceeded towards them. After a short drive and there they were Bingo! However, they...
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    Malabar Pied Hornbill - female

    Taken in Timber depot, Dandeli.

    Aperture: 5.6f
    Shutter speed: 1/2500s
    ISO: 500
    Focal length: 400mm
    Exp comp: -1/3 ev
    WB: 5600K
    Hand held
    Aperture priority
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    Bylth's Reed Warbler

    Taken in Hoskote lake today.

    Aperture: 5.6f
    Shutter Speed: 1/1250s
    ISO:640
    Focal length: 400mm
    Exp comp: -1/3 ev
    WB: 5600K
    Hand held
    Aperture priority
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    Thank you all for the comments and...

    Thank you all for the comments and suggestions.:-)

    Sabyasachi sir, I shot this at 400mm.
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    Asiatic Lioness

    I took this picture in Gir NP, Gujarat. I did instructed my gypsy driver to park near a sub-adult male, despite the fact that there is a lioness at the other end. My gut told me that she would take a...
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    That composition technique was really helpful....

    That composition technique was really helpful. Thank you sir. :-)

    No, I did not take the vertical one.
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    Thank you Sankar. Not sure exactly. May be...

    Thank you Sankar.

    Not sure exactly. May be it's near the semi evergreen patch towards Mudumalai. But, they were everywhere. Since, they feed on small insects(when it's not snakes) and in monsoon...
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    Striped necked Mongoose

    This guy was busy in collecting the insects and whenever it lifts its head, either it turns right or left. Quite unpredictable to compose. However, I was happy that atleast I got the eye focused. I...
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