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    Default Tigress in grassland

    Canon EOS 1D Mark II, Canon EF 400mm f2.8 L IS USM, EF 2xII ie. at 800mm, ISO 200, f9, 1/500 sec.

    Bandhavgarh National Park.

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    lovely eyes...amazing image...her head looks smaller maybe because she is walking and part of the head is camouflaged by the body...also this looks like a shot taken from quite a distance..

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    Murugan,
    You are right. This image was taken from very far. She was far off. The image was clicked at an effective focal length of 1.3*800 = 1024mm
    I used 800mm and my camera has a factor of 1.3 as my sensor is smaller than a full frame 35mm sensor. This would not have been possible during the film days.

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    Sharp considering the distance, but I'm not too sure about the central placement, although the two bushes on either side do balance out things.

    Apana

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    thats nice image.. two bushes give different feel....over lovely image... no nit...

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    I liked it..but central framing , i m not sure bout it either. How about cropping little bit? (Amateurs suggestion )

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    Neil,
    Normally central placement makes the image static. However, in this case, there are two bushes on both sides and that balances this image. Hence, I clicked it this way.

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