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    Default Cheetal preening

    Found this while migrating my older images to a different hard drive.

    This image was created early in the morning in Corbett Tiger Reserve.

    Canon EOS 10D, Canon EF 300mm F4 L IS USM, ISO 200, f4, 1/125, full frame image.

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    A very nice and different image, Sabyasachi. TFS!

    Apana

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    P.S. I think it's 'grooming' and not 'preening' for mammals.

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    Nice image. i think you can boost the saturation a bit.
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    Bibhav Behera
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    Apana,
    I agree and I stand corrected. Preening is more used for birds and ladies. I thought, since it is a doe, I can use the word preening as well.

    Bibhav,
    Higher saturation would made the greens (the grasses) more green. Hence, didn't fiddle with the saturation. Also, this was early morning shot, so didn't boost the contrast as well.

    Also, do you think more space at the bottom would have improved the image?

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    Different pose captured. Sharp. Yes some more space for the imaginary legs, would have been good.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    Apana,
    I agree and I stand corrected. Preening is more used for birds and ladies. I thought, since it is a doe, I can use the word preening as well.
    I agree, LOL.

    Apana

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