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    Nice pose. The eye contact is good. The image is...

    Nice pose. The eye contact is good. The image is a bit oversharpened. When you crop some details are lost. So we tend to sharpen it. However, one needs to be careful to avoid the oversharpening look....
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    I don't find any exif details. When the vehicle...

    I don't find any exif details. When the vehicle engine is on, it causes vibrations to be transmitted to the camera. Also, one should remember that the tiger is in the move. So it would need a higher...
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    In Nagarhole the vehicles are tall. So when we...

    In Nagarhole the vehicles are tall. So when we click image of an animal close by the angle is very steep because of which the background is the mud/dirt road. A lower angle would have helped get the...
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    Welcome to IndiaWilds! Good to know about...

    Welcome to IndiaWilds!

    Good to know about your passion.
    The way our natural landscape is vanishing is a massive cause for concern. So keep on traveling, documenting and sharing. Hopefully the...
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    Nice sighting. The eye is clear. The image looks...

    Nice sighting. The eye is clear. The image looks a bit soft to me too. Handholding technique is important. A bit of practice with the lens will be of help as well. Do people get their pet dogs for...
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    It would have been nice to see the tail ie. the...

    It would have been nice to see the tail ie. the complete bird. Slightly less sharpening would have been better. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Great sight of mother and child. The cub mimics...

    Great sight of mother and child. The cub mimics the mother's actions and soon it can understand what the tigress is doing and why. The tigress and cub were just in the shadow. If the sliver of...
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    Great that you sighted a mother and cub. It can...

    Great that you sighted a mother and cub. It can be tough to click there due to the distance of the sightings.

    There are many hillocks in rajasthan which have leopards, thanks to the rural nature...
  9. Rhinos to be introduced in Corbett

    Rhino introduction in Corbett

    The 14th Uttarakhand Wildlife Board meeting chaired by the Chief Minister Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat has decided that Rhinos will be introduced in Corbett Tiger...
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    This is a nice experience Arun! Some birds are...

    This is a nice experience Arun! Some birds are more adapted to people in a locality. And some birds don't feel threatened if you approach slowly. Slow movement feels natural to them. In this case, I...
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    Sighting a tigress in the open is always nice....

    Sighting a tigress in the open is always nice. Looks like it is not very happy. How many vehicles were there? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  12. Nice sighting. Wish you were able to move...

    Nice sighting. Wish you were able to move slightly to your right so that the stick infront of the face could have been avoided. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  13. India’s Efforts to Combat Global Climate Change

    India’s Efforts to Combat Global Climate Change
    Reports from various sources including Intergovernmental Panel Climate Change namely Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C, Special Report on...
  14. Measures taken by Govt. for Endangered species protection

    Minister of State, Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Shri Babul Supriyo's written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha today on protection of endangered species.

    Protection of...
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    Nice image. You were able to capture the moment...

    Nice image. You were able to capture the moment well. The side profile of the butterfly helps in depth of field covering it. I guess you kept the ISO low to get less noise during cropping? Else, a...
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    There are many beginner level treks. Have you...

    There are many beginner level treks. Have you been to Darjeeling side. Try the Sandakphu trek. It will take 4-5 days and as beginner you can do it. Depending on which part of himalaya you want to...
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    There was a time when the monitor resolution of...

    There was a time when the monitor resolution of computers was very low. Today HD resolution is a minimum. With bigger screens and high pixel densities of the monitors, it was time to allow higher...
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    Of course their body structures are such that...

    Of course their body structures are such that they are not as dense as we human beings are. Nevertheless, holding such a large prey in such a fashion while being perched underside a leaf and eating...
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    The colours have come out well. It is not...

    The colours have come out well. It is not possible to get the entire caterpillar covered by depth of field from this angle. The lighting is fine. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    This has come out well. This image shows the...

    This has come out well. This image shows the scale ie. how small the spider is as compared to the flower. It also helps us get a perspective that even a small plant and its flower can harbour life....
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    This is very interesting behaviour and nicely...

    This is very interesting behaviour and nicely documented. I am sure when kids see this their imagination and curiosity will be further aroused. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice to see a leopard from Rajasthan. Earlier...

    Nice to see a leopard from Rajasthan. Earlier leopards used to be there in many of the hills in this landscape. Today there is increased urbanisation and demolition of hills for road building and...
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    Great find. I agree with you about the need to...

    Great find. I agree with you about the need to study the world of spiders. What provokes a spider to eat another. So much is not known yet. The depth of field is fine. How much is the crop here? It...
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    If you move in very close to the subject ie. if...

    If you move in very close to the subject ie. if you are able to reduce the camera to subject distance, then the background will mostly come out of focus even with narrow aperture. In my view the lack...
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    Since you are using lower ISOs, use of flash has...

    Since you are using lower ISOs, use of flash has helped in getting the subject properly exposed. In macro photography, the flash drops off fast and the background appears as black. So the image...
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