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Thread: Langur Moving around during IndiaWilds meet

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    Default Langur Moving around during IndiaWilds meet

    This fellow was moving around when the alarm calls were going on. The alarm calls were given by another langur seating nearby and by spotted deers.

    The shooting angle was quite steep and composing it vertically was the challenge here as this fellow was in action.

    Please critique !

    Location: Kabini
    Canon 7D. 400mm f5.6
    Manual Exposure
    AutoFocus
    Manual metering
    Shutter Speed 1/400
    Aperture 5.6
    ISO 1600
    Focal Length 400mm
    Full frame
    handheld

    Thanks!

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    Atul
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    Good one Atulji.The animal's face got blocked some what.Looks like a young one.

    Regardds

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    That was a nice experience, with langurs and chitals giving loud alarm calls and waiting patiently for the tiger to make an appearance. Its good you got the eyes in clear. I liked the way the tip of the tail is hanging on the branch. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice image Atul. Its always a challenge to photograph langurs when they sit high up the trees. Nice eye contact and the strands of hair in its body look nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    You got the focus right. The branch curving to the left frames the baby langur well. Less vegetation infront of its face would have been even better. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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