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    Panthera tigris tigris. Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

    Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 70-200 f2.8L IS II USM, EF 2xII TC at 240mm, f6.3, 1/250, full frame image.
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    Nice sitting pose. Luxuriant soft hair round the face looks so beautiful. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    A study of background ,foreground light and shade with the subject beautifully captured in the centre in soft details.Thanks for sharing

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    Lovely relaxed pose and nice backlighting which makes the whiskers glow. A little space all around and the tree to the right if avoided would have been simply magical.

    Thanks for sharing

    Rajan

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    Nice pensive mood and low angle.
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    The tiger is so confident that its staying just behind the goal-posts!.....Very nice pic.It has a calming effect...(Have been reading about the Bandipur man-eater recently).....

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    Actually while composing this image I thought about the foreground tree at the bottom right hand corner and then decided to move in close and create a tight composition. The head, body and tail is curved like a "V" and with the help of the two trees I tried to create a triangular composition. The goal post analogy as if the tiger is guarding it immediately comes to mind as we can imagine a line connecting between the two trees with the tiger behind it. If the foreground tree would not have been there, then the tree just behind the head would have caught our attention. That is why too often people tend to use photoshop to blur the tree.

    To get some compositional ideas, I would recommend watching good art and some films of past masters. Just finished watching the movie "Red Beard" by Akira Kurosawa. The balance between elements ie with a hand and its shadow or a person and his shadow etc in that movie is worth noting, among other things. One gets an idea as to how to deal elements in pairs.

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    I so love to see a tiger picture from you which is not b&w . I must admit I am incapable of admiring a tiger picture in b&w, the beauty of the coat just disappears. This is lovely. The tiger is relaxed and calm knowing fully well who rules the place. The front tree trunk is a bit distracting. Thanks for sharing.

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    nice composition, excellent image.

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