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    Default Ranthambore diary June-14

    नशीली आखे..................
    Look which can kill , T-39 (Noor) with a killer look.
    Stay tuned for more ........
    ISO - 1600 , AV - 4.0 , 1/500 , 7D , 300mm f/4.0 full frame shot , no editing only slight sharpening of image using Lightroom-5 software.
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    Nice to see a tigress face to face. Which 300mm lens is this? With IS or without? The focus somehow appears more infront than behind. With the original image you may know better. Some more space at the top and less at the bottom would have been nice. Without the lower left bottom track marks, the image would have been even better. Thanks for sharing.
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    Sabyasachi

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    Dear Sabyaschi ,
    Thanks for your kind comments .
    I've used 300mm Canon lens with IS. Focus is right on the head of tigress , I've purposely left space at the bottom to show tigress path here , however can't help it with track marks.

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    Dear Vipin,
    As photographers we can't change the habitat (and we shouldn't ie. lop of branches etc). What I intended to say is that the track marks, especially in the mud becomes hardened when it dries up and that texture attracts the attention. In some situations the track marks are important if we are going to project the heavy traffic in these roads. If we show less of the track and more space at the top to show trees, then the story has a different emphasis.
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    Sabyasachi

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    Nice you sighted her walking towards you. Liked the eye contact. Thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely head on shot... gr8 capture

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    Nice head on walking pose and eye contact . Agree with patra sab on compo .
    Tfs
    Roopak

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