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    Thanks guys. Mrudul, EXIF: f/4, ISO 250,...

    Thanks guys.

    Mrudul,

    EXIF: f/4, ISO 250, 1/1250 sec, EC -2/3, evaluative metering. Canon EOS 7D, Canon EF 300 f/2.8 L IS II USM + 1.4x Extender III, ~10% crop.
    The image appears pixelated to...
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    Waiting game

    It was the summer of 2013, and only a few months earlier the ruling male and female Tigers of Telia lake area were thrown out of their long held territory. The female was the well known Madhuri who...
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    I like how you composed this, showing typical RTR...

    I like how you composed this, showing typical RTR habitat. What focal length did you shoot this at? On non-IS lenses, it is recommended to aim fr a shutter speed which is inverse of focal length- for...
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    Loved this buddy. One of your best :) Now,...

    Loved this buddy. One of your best :)

    Now, cut some space from the bottom, add that space to the top if there is some space at the top in the original image (personally I find the orange hues of...
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    Standing Tall

    Standing tall | Spotted Deer | Kabini, Karnataka | Canon EOS 7D, Canon EF 300 f/2.8 L IS II USM | f/4, ISO 640, EC -1/3, 1/1250 sec, evaluative metering.
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    Fabulous sighting. Seems like hard conditions for...

    Fabulous sighting. Seems like hard conditions for photography with low light and lots of mist. There is perhaps a slight color cast of magenta which can be corrected quite easily during processing.
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    Looks good. Agree about the vertical composition...

    Looks good. Agree about the vertical composition though. On a side note, I saw a Leopard only once in Ranthambore in my 6 trips over 6 years, so you sure got lucky here.
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    Nice, warm colors. It is never easy to make a...

    Nice, warm colors. It is never easy to make a compelling image when the subject is facing away from you, but the addition of the forest cover in the direction of the animal helps here. I cannot see...
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    Tiger tracking..!!

    Not just seeing Tigers, but tracking them is equally fun. We saw this massive male cross a jungle road, and dear friend Sheshadri Vasan who had prior knowledge of a kill near by knew exactly where we...
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    Agree with most of the earlier comments. I have...

    Agree with most of the earlier comments. I have fond memories of this water hole from 2012, and 2013, when I saw Tigers in the exact place there are deer now regularly.
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    Nice angle. I like the image overall, but agree...

    Nice angle. I like the image overall, but agree that lesser space at the bottom would enhance the image. Also, a much lower ISO would have sufficed here.
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    Nice feel to the image; I like the fact that you...

    Nice feel to the image; I like the fact that you included habitat to show the long winding forest track. I am afraid the days of seeing 20+ dholes together are all but gone. The last time I saw so...
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    Dear all, Thank you for your feedback. ...

    Dear all,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    This was the very first safari with my 7D mk II and I mistook the 10 fps shooting speed for a good shutter speed. When I stopped shooting and looked at...
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    Leopard's throne

    Leopard | Canon EOS 7D Mark II, Canon EF 300 f/2.8 L IS II USM | f/4, ISO 400, EC -1/3, 1/80 sec, evaluative metering | Kabini, Karnataka | December 2014.
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    Dear All, thank you. This image is about a 10%...

    Dear All, thank you.

    This image is about a 10% crop. I believe the noise in the BG is more because of the high ISO (by 7D standards) than because of cropping.
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    Showstopper!

    Thanks to that morning's amazing experience with a Leopard and having known a little bit of this particular individual's movement patterns, I set off into the jungle for the afternoon safari with...
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    Standing tall!

    A Spotted Deer, stretches high up to reach out to its favorite leaves.

    Canon EOS 7D, Canon EF 300 f/2.8 L IS II USM + 1.4x extender III | f/4, ISO 400, 1/1250 sec, EC -2/3, evaluative metering |...
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    She seems surprised to sense your presence! I...

    She seems surprised to sense your presence! I like that *surprise* sort of a look on her.
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    Thanks for sharing this, Deepak! Absolutely...

    Thanks for sharing this, Deepak! Absolutely gripping.
  20. A nice image. However, I feel that a slightly off...

    A nice image. However, I feel that a slightly off center composition with lesser space to the left and also lesser space at the bottom might be more effective. Considering that adding more space at...
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    Tuskers sparring!

    It was one of those action packed safaris; we came upon 4 huge Elephants- all of them tuskers, which honestly is not a common sight. This image shows only a couple of them, but I managed some...
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    Egret | Breeding plummage

    A species which is normally dismissed as being too plain to attract photographers' attention, finds its share of fame in the human circles during its colorful transformation for the breeding season....
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    The tusker looks disproportionately huge! The...

    The tusker looks disproportionately huge!

    The elephant looks a little too off the normal color. May be you could try playing around with hue values and correct it.
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    Good to see T-39 and her male cub in a joyful...

    Good to see T-39 and her male cub in a joyful mood. The cub has surely grown fast and well. Nice action image with fun, frolic and affection between the mother and cub all thrown into a single frame....
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    You chose an image with a good pose; the raised...

    You chose an image with a good pose; the raised front foot and the trunk curled into its mouth add to the image. I feel you could have easily used ISO 400 for a higher shutter speed because in its...
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