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Thread: Ranthambore Diary May-15

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    Default Ranthambore Diary May-15

    A full frame shot with almost no PP , late evening shot.
    Canon EOS 7D , Canon 300mm f/4 , 1/800 , ISO-1250 , +0.3 step , f/4 , Handheld.
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    The low light and angle adds to the magic of a predator merging stealthily into the darkness of the night.Image gives a great feeling of wilderness, and ,the excitement and danger one associates with a top predator. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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    It appears that heavy vignetting has been applied to corners and sides. The right portion appears like a dark wall infront of the tiger.

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    Excellent use of light...Selective light falling on the left hand side of the body & look into the camera enhances the frame...agree with right portion has gone lil dark, did u try using Lens Aberration Corrections in PP, it helps in reducing the vignettes...Also it has got a lil green cast, did u try thr B&W version as well?.. TFS

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    Haven't done the lens correction in this image and hence might be the reason for vignettes.
    BG is a water lake with lots of algae; greenish cast may be due to same reason.

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