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    At Tadoba Andhari Tiger Project
    Tigress -- Hunting Mood ..

    Oct 2013 ..

    f/5.6;1/1250 sec; ISO-640; Handheld ..
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    Nice pose. Looks like it is in the process of identifying the target. Light and shade have played well in the image. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    Nice composition. Liked the way the tigress is waiting patiently in the shade and looking for prey. The lighting is a bit difficult, as the subject is in shade and the background is bright. A rectangular framing with slight less space at the bottom would be good. Is there a slight tilt? Please check. Thanks for sharing.
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    Looking and keeping an eye on her territory , nice pose with lush green habitant.

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    nice play of light here. FG looks very bright and distracting

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    While clicking we need to remember that the dynamic range of the camera sensor is not much, so if you compose an image with both the black shadows and bright areas then either the shadows will lose details or the highlights will lose details.

    In this case, composing the image with less space at the bottom would have ensured that the tiger and the bright areas are covered. So the exposure could have been adjusted and we could have seen the sunlit grassland clearly.

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