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    A definite winner

    This is one of the best shot of the species and well done Srikanth.
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    This is much much better than the original...

    This is much much better than the original version.

    A bit lower angle would have made it more pleasing.

    Regards,
    Dileep
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    Good composition and angle. Images looks heavily...

    Good composition and angle.
    Images looks heavily over saturated. Also details seems to have lost. Is this heavy crop from original?
    If you have RAW file pls see whether you can fix saturation issue.
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    Thanks for sharing the wonderful photo of this...

    Thanks for sharing the wonderful photo of this fowl.
    BG looks bit overprocessed. See whether you can correct that.
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    It's such a live capture and not many get luck to...

    It's such a live capture and not many get luck to see this elusive cat, and very seldom poses such as this.
    Well done and thanks for sharing.
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    Would have been a classic capture if you had...

    Would have been a classic capture if you had enough shutter speed to freeze the movements. Nevertheless, it's a Tiger and that's what matters most. Well done!

    With best regards,
    Dileep
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    Excellent angle and so the lighting. It seems you...

    Excellent angle and so the lighting. It seems you lost some details in PP (may be by noise reduction). Otherwise an outstanding image.
    Kind regards,
    Dileep
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    Nice posture and excellent lighting. Wish you had...

    Nice posture and excellent lighting. Wish you had more pleasing bokeh.
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    Beautiful image with pleasing bokeh and fine...

    Beautiful image with pleasing bokeh and fine details. Only nitpicking... wish you had the tail also in focus.
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    Red-billed Leiothrix

    Dear all,

    Yet another one from our Himalayan trip (Sattal). One pair was spotted busy taking bath in a small stream. They were so restless and therefore it's difficult to freeze their movements.
    ...
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    Hi Sabyasachi, This was taken in the first...

    Hi Sabyasachi,

    This was taken in the first week of June 2011. Altitude was approximately 3,500 + meters.

    So happy to hear about your Snow Leopard expedition... Wow! Is it to Ladakh?

    Btw, any...
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    I didn't know much about this species till now...

    I didn't know much about this species till now and therefore thanks a lot everyone for the provided information.

    Srivari, you are right about the conventional angle. But I thought the symmetry of...
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    Heron's will prevailed at the end...

    Dear all,

    It was found in the marshy paddy fields of Kodali, Thrissur (Kerala).

    The struggle between the Heron & Watersnake went on for a while, and at one stage the snake almost strangled the...
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    Himalayan Sheep (Blue Sheep)

    Appreciate experts assistance to get the scientific name.

    Location: Found on the trekking route of Gangothri - Goumukh

    Camera and settings: Nikon D300 & 80-400mm vr @ 250mm, f/5.3, 1/250,...
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    Wow! Excellent portrait with such a pleasing...

    Wow! Excellent portrait with such a pleasing bokeh. It just can't get any better and thanks for sharing.
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    When a prey turned into a predator!

    Had to shoot against the sun as it was impossible to get to the other side of this rare action.

    Camera settings: Nikon D300 & 500mm f/4 VR + TC14E, f/7.1, 1/500, ISO-400 and Hand-held.
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    Hi Doc, Nice capture of this beauty. IMHO a...

    Hi Doc,

    Nice capture of this beauty.

    IMHO a bit more tight frame placing the eye off centre with more space towards the direction of flight would have made it more interesting.

    Regards,...
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    Hi Rajan, Excellent capture and thaks for...

    Hi Rajan,

    Excellent capture and thaks for sharing.

    As Srivari suggested, it looks bit over exposed.

    Shutter speed of 1/800 to 1200 is good enough for larger birds. This way you can reduce...
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    With thanks...

    Thanks everyone for your feedbacks. You are right about the vertical frame. It looks much... much better when I did that.

    Srivari; no BG darkening was done. Basically it was at least half f/stop...
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    Thanks...

    Thanks friends for your feedbacks. Abhishek, appreciate your assistance with the ID, and your descriptions were spot on.

    It was seen near Bernal Bugyal (Meadow) which is located on the trekking...
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    ID Please

    Spotted during our Himalayan trekking. It looked quite friendly and posed for the shot.

    Camera & settings: Nikon D300s & 500mm f/4 VR + TC14E
    f/5.6, 1/250, ISO-500 and hand-held.
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    Magpie Robin

    Location: Chinnar wildlife sanctuary
    Camera and settings: Nikon D300 & 500mm VR f/4 + TC14E, f/8, 1/250, ISO-500 and hand-held.
  23. Once again thanks a lot for your guidance. As...

    Once again thanks a lot for your guidance.

    As Sabyasachi suggested, Gitzo monopods are much... much lighter than Manfrotto ones and ideal for trekking, and my obvious choice.

    Btw, any idea...
  24. Thanks a lot Sabyasachi and Srivari for your...

    Thanks a lot Sabyasachi and Srivari for your feedback. This was handheld and with the current vr lenses it is rather easy.
    I very seldom use the tripod at wild as by the time you get the camera...
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    You are absolutely right Abhishek, I should have used f/11 or at least f/8. I feel tempted to go for higher shutter speeds whenever I feel tired at field. That could be reason for this mistake.
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