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    I guess itís a processing and licensing issue....

    I guess itís a processing and licensing issue. Plus there are other concerns like throughout requirements of recording media.

    I have been wanting to buy the Panasonic AGCX350 because it records...
  2. Mrudul, you are right about choice of crops near...

    Mrudul, you are right about choice of crops near forests. If one wants to, many options can be explored, but there has to be a serious wanting to save Bio-Diversity.

    For example I the vicinity of...
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    I always have a sceptical view on...

    I always have a sceptical view on “afforestation”. The only solution to degraded forests is habitat protection. Protect the habitat and Let the forest grow on its own. That’s the most sensible way of...
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    Nikon Z6 : Fabulous for Video

    Nikonís new Z6 Mirrorless is a fabulous option for video makers.

    Offering uncropped 4K, Nikon is now offering a USD200 Film makers Upgrade Kit which enables 12bit 4K ProRes RAW over HDMI to an...
  5. Laowa 25mm F/2.8 2.5-5X Ultra Macro Lens

    Being a Nikon user I have always wanted an ultra macro for tiny wildflowers. All of Nikonís Macro lenses are at 1:1.

    Finally Venus Lens has launched the Laowa 25mm F/2.8 2.5-5X Ultra Macro Lens....
  6. Its a super sexy camera. 4k at 10 bit. 20X...

    Its a super sexy camera. 4k at 10 bit. 20X optical zoom. Great for wildlife.
  7. Macro Photography is simply explained as...

    Macro Photography is simply explained as photographing small objects in larger than real life size.

    1) Depending on your camera format (Nikon/Canon/Olympus/Fuji etc) there are lenses marked...
  8. Yes I think grassroute level organisations are...

    Yes I think grassroute level organisations are needed and I am sure they are there and we must have some way of sharing their numbers.

    While travelling through Wada and Jawhar areas of...
  9. Listing Conservation NGOs : Support for Conservation

    A lot of us, like me included, really love the wilderness and believe in conservation but our lives and jobs keep us away from the intense full t8me work it demands. Maybe if we create a list of...
  10. This is good news...

    This is good news...
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    Lopping Trees

    Lopping of trees is very common in India amongst the pastoral communities. I have found entire forests of trees lopped away to feed livestock.
    This tree was found in Mahabaleshwar. I discovered even...
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    Crimson Backed Sunbird, Goa

    Saw this beautiful bird in Goa. The Crimson Backed Sunbird (Leptocoma minima) is endemic to the Western Ghats of India.
    Can anyone help me identify the flowers?
    Nikon D850, 80-400G
  13. How lovely t have see this bird...

    How lovely t have see this bird...
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    Thanks guys...

    Thanks guys...
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    Yellow Throated Bulbul

    The Yellow Throated Bulbul (Pycnonotus xantholaemus) in Hampi on what appears to be a Ceylon Boxwood tree.
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    Plastic and trash in Mangroves

    Photographed in the mangroves of Versova in Mumbai, this breaks the heart. While the beaches of Versova are constantly being cleaned by one kind soul and his team, how will one ever clean these. The...
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    Beautiful...Yes would have loved a slightly wider...

    Beautiful...Yes would have loved a slightly wider frame...
  18. Shit man! This wa we a doomed.

    Shit man! This wa we a doomed.
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    the twigs are too overpowering and distracting...

    the twigs are too overpowering and distracting for an off centre composition. Mayureshwar is about 67 km from Pune near Supe.
  20. losing our protected areas is becoming a norm. We...

    losing our protected areas is becoming a norm. We need to protect these for various reasons and build public awareness on why we need them.
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    Common Woodshrike

    This beautiful Common Woodshrike (Tephrodornis pondicerianus) was photographed at Mayureshwar Wildlife Sanctuary near Pune. A tiny 5.14 sq km area this sanctuary is beautiful, although degraded in...
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    Agriculture, it seems in these cases, is just an...

    Agriculture, it seems in these cases, is just an excuse to encroach on the land.
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    Here are some more pictures. Shot on my iPhone.

    Here are some more pictures. Shot on my iPhone.
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    Forests set to fire : Maharashtra

    Every year, in the dry months, entire forested hills are set on fire in Maharashtra. I ahem always wondered why? Perhaps to ensure no thick forests survive so selling them for real estate is easier?...
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    @Mrudul yes those are dust spots. Didnt notice...

    @Mrudul yes those are dust spots. Didnt notice them on the shoot, since I was already huffing and puffing with too much trekking...
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