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    Default Chinkara-Bidar

    What I earlier thought was a young male black-buck now seems to be chinkara(thanks to some timely identification by Saktipadaji)Canon 60D+100-400mm FL400mm F5.6 ISO800 1/1600S I have tried to repair the vivid greens and the whites( which were a blown).Sep 2013 evening.I found chinkaras grazing side by side with the black bucks.I will be posting some images for record.
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    Nice image. While repairing the white you have changed the original color into bluish tinge, I think the original will look better.

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    Dr Ajay Singh,I too felt the same , after I had posted the image.These photographs were taken during a time when I was struggling with a new set of camera equipment.A lot of lovely images have been spoilt thus.

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    Nice pose. I agree about the bluish tint. You photograph in RAW or jpeg? If you use RAW, then you can maintain the original file and correct in post processing. Thanks for sharing.

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    nice pic .... Where is Bidar?

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    Vijay Belli, Bidar is in Karnataka, about 180km north west of Hyderabad.There are a lot of fragmented forests in this area .The Black Bucks and Chinkaras come out from these forests to graze in the meadows of a township called Naubad which is little ahead of Bidar.

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