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    Default ... on a frame

    Found him perched on a branch at Banihal pass, J&K. The angle provided a perfect & natural frame of branches & twigs around him.

    Nikon D3100 , 18-55mm , Exp 1/125 , ISO 160 , F-Stop f/8
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    Nicely captured. The Himalayan griffon vulture looking through the branches of old pine tree with Gorge in background is enhancing the image. Thanks for sharing

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    It is better to post higher resolution image for critics . Good eye contact, nice frame. Thanks for sharing.

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    nice. you can post a larger image. ref posting guidelines
    http://www.indiawilds.com/forums/sho...ns-for-Members

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    Thanks guys.... So, I'm wondering what are the advantages of posting a higher resolution image on this forum ?

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    Lovely frame. This image looks like it was taken with a longer focal length than 18-55. I checked the EXIF which mentions 200mm.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    yes Bibhav.. my bad. This one was with a 55mm - 200mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunil Purushe View Post
    Thanks guys.... So, I'm wondering what are the advantages of posting a higher resolution image on this forum ?
    Nice image. Posting a larger resolution image will help the members to view it better and comment. The details are not so visible in a smaller resolution image. Thanks for sharing.

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