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    Bat with pup

    Continue with my bat project , the bats would leave their roosts at dusk and predictably will fly thru a door.
    With an infrared beam break sensor connected to the Phototrap controller, the bats...
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    Cameratraping bats

    Patience !!! lot of patience !! lots and lots of patience.
    By far one of the most technically involved photography.
    I use two method to do it.
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    Illuminate them solely using flash,...
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    @Mrudul , this is taken in an abandoned old...

    @Mrudul , this is taken in an abandoned old Haveli in Rajasthan. No one cares to go since it is considered haunted :001_rolleyes::001_rolleyes::w00t:
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    Cameratraping bats

    Photographing bats in flight is not only tough, but needs special equipment. The darkness and the speed with which the bats change direction will make it near impossible to use the viewfinder ;hence...
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    Barking deer

    Getting close to the elusive nature of our subjects is what makes wildlife photography unique and exciting.
    Camera trapping requires specialized gear that can be tricky to figure out. The good news,...
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    White-Capped Water-Redstar-Corbet

    Once we finished set up our cameratrap then we used to go walk at the bank of the river to checkout some Himalayan birds.
    Some amazing migration during winter leading to lovely sighting.
    Here a...
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    Spotted deer

    Following my previous post on cameratrap work in India https://www.indiawilds.com/forums/showthread.php?20185-Tiger-on-cameratrap
    Wide angle indeed provide different prospect even if the subject...
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    Guys , to answer to all your question. This a...

    Guys , to answer to all your question.
    This a young male tiger hence may be looking small , also lens used here is wide angle 11-16mm Tokina at 11mm focal length that may also giving a smaller size...
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    Tiger on cameratrap

    Posting after a very long time.
    Been busy with work and lot of other cameratrap project in UAE; that kept me occupied and had no time to post and write comment on other's post.

    A teaser from...
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    Positioning of entire body shows that he's not in...

    Positioning of entire body shows that he's not in good mood and standing on his guard. Did he charged ?? TFS.
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    Love the relax pose , TFS.

    Love the relax pose , TFS.
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    LRK diary March-2020

    Following my post at : https://www.indiawilds.com/forums/showthread.php?19540-LRK-diary-March-2020
    This image reminds me on going outbreak situation Pandemic COVID-19.
    I pledge to all my fellow...
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    Thanks dada , for your kind comments. Den is at...

    Thanks dada , for your kind comments.
    Den is at the left side of the frame , a small hole.
    I was there for 4-days in the castor seed field and had some amazing images and documentation of this...
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    LRK diary March-2020

    Just back in concrete jungle from an exciting trip from LRK.
    As I always mention , I choose my subject and work on it for entire trip without deviating to any other subject.
    In this trip I was...
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    LRK diary Mar-19

    This is an image from my LRK diary in March-19.
    I always prefer working on species to species , research thoroughly about their habitat , behavior and look for possible location. Then spend time...
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    LRK diary Dec-18

    This year missed an opportunity to visit LRK , however got some amazing memories of last year visit hence couldn't resist myself to post this image.
    Here a Peregrine falcon flapping to conquest the...
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    Bera diary Nov-19

    The leopards of Bera in Rajasthan have been living in harmony with humans for decades.This village in Rajasthan continues to script an unusual story of mutual love and respect between leopards and...
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    Bera diary Nov-19

    A typical Bera type habitat shot.
    This place is amazing , leopards are living on almost every cliff.
    This is a female currently nursing one small cub.
    This is an early morning sighting.
    Canon 5D...
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    LRK diary Apr-19

    Following my last post at : https://www.indiawilds.com/forums/showthread.php?19327-LRK-diary-Apr-19

    Yet another camera trap image of a white footed fox pups from LRK.
    An inquisitive pup wanted to...
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    LRK diary Apr-19

    This is a camera trap image of a white footed fox from LRK.
    I was working on this subject this year on desert fox , and used to visit various dens with pups.
    Visiting dens and watching their...
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    Dada , I was told that there is a particular croc...

    Dada , I was told that there is a particular croc pair in FD farm, who produces 90% of Leucastic babies and they were released approx 15 of these juvenile in wild in 2015.
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    Sunderbans diary Jul-19

    Came across a Leucastic croc, Sunderbans, West Bengal.
    Leucism, is a partial loss of pigmentation, which can make the animal have white or patchily colored skin, hair, feathers and so on, but the...
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    Dada , no crop. in an adrenaline rush :scared:...

    Dada , no crop. in an adrenaline rush :scared: :drool:I forgot to increase the ISO and hence resulted into low shutter speed due to overcast weather.

    Vipin
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    Sunderbans diary Jul-19

    Swamp tiger.
    Seeing a tiger in Sunderbans , itself send adrenaline rush to maximum level. This was my second trip to Sunderban and what a trip to conclude.We sighted two tigers and saw them crossing...
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    Sunderbans diary Jul-19

    Changeable hawk-eagle pale morph.
    A low light shot due to overcast weather , moreover kept EC on plus leading to further low on shutter speed hence kept ISO at 3200 to get decent shutter speed BUT...
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