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    The large crop and sharpening has resulted in...

    The large crop and sharpening has resulted in artifacts. A wider composition would have been better. Wait, crawl ... be patient. You will get good closeups. And you will improve your craft as well....
  2. It must have been a pleasure watching this fellow...

    It must have been a pleasure watching this fellow strutting around with its beautiful headgear. What is the wall in the background?

    Once the blackbucks used to roam around unhindered. Today their...
  3. India tells No Parallel tracks for Climate Negotiations

    Important to ensure that no parallel tracks for climate negotiations are created brushing aside the fundamentally agreed principles: India at UNSC

    Representing India at the United Nations Security...
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    In many places the Roufous treepies are used to...

    In many places the Roufous treepies are used to people. Though feeding is not advisable, I remember tour operators feeding them in Ranthambhore and they come very close.
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    I can understand that people often panic when a...

    I can understand that people often panic when a huge elephant appears. Trying to rev the engine when the wheels are stuck in mud creates further noise and disturbance. In such situations it is...
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    The elephants are often instigated by jeep...

    The elephants are often instigated by jeep drivers. So they can chase vehicles at times. However, in many cases they simply give way to us. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  7. Thread: Hello

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    Hi Lokesh, Welcome to IndiaWilds! Good to...

    Hi Lokesh,
    Welcome to IndiaWilds!

    Good to know that you as a wildlife lover have moved into tours as many tour operators simply are not concerned for the welfare of wildlife and wilderness areas....
  8. Blackmagic Design Announces New Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro

    Blackmagic Design Announces New Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro
    Advanced Pocket Cinema Camera 6K model with built in ND filters, adjustable HDR screen, Gen 5 color science, larger battery and...
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    A slightly lower camera position would have...

    A slightly lower camera position would have ensured that there is some separation between the head and the leaf. One fruit bearing tree can be home to so many species. It is often a joy to watch...
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    The canines look powerful. Can do with some...

    The canines look powerful. Can do with some toothbrushing. :-) The canines get used to in fights as well as in catching prey like malabar giant squirrels. A bit more higher shutter speed would have...
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    It is always nice to see a tiger stalking. At the...

    It is always nice to see a tiger stalking. At the moment the top portion of the image doesn't have much details due to lack of depth of field covering that area. A narrow aperture like f8/9 or higher...
  12. Stunning appearance. What is that toothpaste like...

    Stunning appearance. What is that toothpaste like white patch on it? :-) I agree with Mrudul about the need to use a narrower aperture than f6.3. Of course that means you would have had to bump up...
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    I think a tighter composition would have been...

    I think a tighter composition would have been better. The black at the bottom takes away our attention from the flower. Generally I talk about higher depth of field, however, in this case the...
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    Who wants to count how many of them were in the...

    Who wants to count how many of them were in the frame? :-) I think you have zoomed in to click one part of the large flock. Watching large flocks of birds taking off closeby when we are moving in a...
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    I agree with Mrudul's observations. The tiger is...

    I agree with Mrudul's observations. The tiger is intently watching something. Watching a tiger evaluating its surroundings and the situation should be an eye opener for many people. What was it...
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    Watching such a small calf is always a...

    Watching such a small calf is always a pleasurable experience. Elephants touch each other with their trunks for reassurance when any danger is around. I have seen that behaviour when noisy tourist...
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    The distance between Corbett to Tadoba is 1498km...

    The distance between Corbett to Tadoba is 1498km by map. Tigers these days are known to have travelled more than 1000 kms. During Corbett's time India had way more forest cover and animal movements...
  18. Cleaner Fuel(PNG) Made Available to all identified industrial Units in Delhi

    Cleaner Fuel(PNG) Made Available to all identified industrial Units in Delhi
    The newly formed Commission for Air Quality Management in National Capital Region and its Adjoining Areas took upon the...
  19. India's first Centre for Wetland Conservation and Management Inaugurated

    On World Wetlands Day India gets its first Centre for Wetland Conservation and Management
    2nd Feb
    India has nearly 4.6% of its land as wetlands, covering an area of 15.26 million hectares and has...
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    Tiger in clump of bamboo

    This is from my archives. I have lot of unedited images. Was looking at some of those and edited this one. Shot in Bandhavgarh National Park.

    ISO 800mm, 400mm, f6.3, 1/1000, handheld.

    While...
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    Lovely sighting. That neck would be formula 1...

    Lovely sighting. That neck would be formula 1 drivers delight. Rippling muscles. Low ground clearance. How long did the sighting last? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    The background looks nice. The colours in the...

    The background looks nice. The colours in the dragonfly wings and tail look great. Did you try moving to the other side and clicking. That would have given a clear view of the wings without the perch...
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    What is the top right black thing? That takes...

    What is the top right black thing? That takes away our attention a bit. So less space at the top would strengthen the composition. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  24. Too often local people are lured into the...

    Too often local people are lured into the wildlife trade as they are promised big returns as well as to escape from poverty. Enlisting the help of locals as paid informers as well as for patrolling...
  25. Largest seizure in recent times

    The present seizure is one of the largest seizures in the recent past. Musk deer and Himalayan Black bear are endangered species and poached for musk pods, bear bile, which is used in Traditional...
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