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Thread: Displaying Stripes of a Tiger _ Common Tiger

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    Default Displaying Stripes of a Tiger _ Common Tiger

    Dear Friends,

    Let's get some attention to these tigers as well in this forum. Easier to find but difficult to shoot.

    EXIF : 550D , 18-135mm lens, FL : 135 mm, Av : 1/8.0, ISO : 100, Tv : 1/60, Cropped : 74%

    Regards/Anil Kumar Verma
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    I agree. We need to pay more attention to these tigers. May not be same size as the tiger, but has an important role to play in this ecosystem. I heard that now the chinese farmers have to do the pollination themselves due to lack of butterflies and bees. The markings in the butterfly is nice. I remember once when I had tried to shoot butterflies, they kept on fluttering away from branch to branch. Then I realised that it is better to shoot early in the morning when they are yet to warm up and not as fast. Without the plant directly passing behind the butterflies wings, the image would have looked much better. It is good that you got the wings parallel to the lens and hence the markings on the wings have come out well. Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks Sabyasachi Da for your comments. Chinese story is an eye opener & hope same situation does not arise in our country.
    Stories of leopards roaming around in Thane housing societies are rampant & direct result of human consumption of wild life habitat.

    Regards/ Anil Kumar Verma

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    Nice image. The colours and the markings look nice. Agree these days butterflies have become rare. We dont have space for them in these concrete jungles. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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