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    Default Brown fish Owl

    At Melghat Tiger reserve
    Sept 2013
    canon 7d; 100-400 mm; f/5.6; 1/50 sec; ISO-640
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    imposing beak and claws...Nice eye contact. Light seems low. there is some PP dregs on right top corner. Is the BG blurred?

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    Beautiful. The blurriness is probably probably because of long lens not handled properly. I too am struggling to learn long lens techniques.

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    Great Pose and a great feel of strength portrayed. Agree with Roopak that light seems challenging. The low shutter speed has resulted in lesser details. Maybe bumping up the ISO higher may have helped considerably. Lovel eye contact and nice feel.

    Thanks for sharing

    Rajan

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    Good capture of a powerful predator.The eyes are mesmerizing.Nice to know that this image is from Melghat,a tiger reserve where tigers are rarely sighted.What were your experiences?TFS

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    Nice to see this image. The ears look like horns. The light was low. A higher ISO would have been better. However, I guess this is a large crop. Most of the times blurring of background degrades the image. Also one should keep in mind that for editorial applications images with manipulations like blurring etc are not acceptable.

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