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    Default Ranthambore diary June-14

    Posting after a long time , busy with few business travels.
    Nevertheless , sharing one from archive.
    Tiger cub shot just outside den.
    Canon EOS 7D , Canon 300mm f/4 , 1/1250 , ISO-1600 , 0-step , f/4 , Handheld.
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    Expression nicely captured. Light and shade play beautifully here.Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Lucky you could sight such a young cub. Is this a crop? Some more details would have enhanced the composition further. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thnx Mrudul Ji , for your kind comments. YES the image is approx. 30% crop.

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    You have made it way too dark. They say the eyes are the window to the soul. Whether that is true or not, the fact is in every culture the head occupies the most prominent role. So you there used to be tribes hunting "head" of their victims. Even in photography, head needs to be seen. In this case, the head is blackened. Increasing the brightness by couple of stops would be of help. Thanks for sharing. Look forward to more.
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    Thnx Sabyasachi da , your inputs are always valuable.

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    When one reads stories of Corbett, Andersen and a few others it reminds one of the numerous walkathons they have had to undertake to shoot a man eating tiger or panther. Many stories describe them walking into dens and crevasses where light is pretty dim and one has to use their hearing and smelling senses to figure out the man eater. One such den could have possibly been this one except that it houses a jungle tiger and its cubs far from being man eaters. What memories you have invoked Vipin !!!! I am down memory lane. Thanks for sharing.

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