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Thread: Closer look of a musth tusker, Jim Corbett

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    Default Closer look of a musth tusker, Jim Corbett

    A photographer recording the closer look of a massive musth tusker

    (Canon EOS 7D, 420mm, F/4, 1/250, ISO 640)
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    Oh...was the tusker made to charge so that the photographers can take images? You have composed it well. Good details and sharpness. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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    Mrudul, thanks for your comment. This is nothing to do to charge the tusker. Tusker was comfortably walking in the dhikala road and the photographer was also at comfortable distance. Its the angle and composition that gives the closer perspective.

    Thanks

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    Long lenses flatten the perspective. So it would be difficult to know the distance between the vehicle and the elephant. One can ofcourse get an approximate idea by checking the full frame image as captured by the camera, distance info etc.

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