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    Default hum sath sath hai

    1/1250s, f/5.6, ISO 800, -0.7Ev
    Mode: M, Meter: Center, No Flash, Auto WB
    Focal: 600mm,
    NIKON D750,
    600mm f/4
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    Nice educative image. Every tiger has different eye-brow and this morphological character, has been tried with difficulty in earlier days for counting (variation of stripes is usual method of counting now after camera trap was found to be scientific).
    In this frame, we have front view of all the four, just I see they have four different eye-brows. So four different tigers, sure. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Great you got all of them facing the camera. Is this photographed in Tadoba? Wish the one in the centre (second from left) was also in focus. Very nice observation by Saktida. Thanks for sharing.

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    I wonder why this tight crop. When the limbs of animals are abruptly cutoff in a photograph, human mind doesn't accept the composition. So one needs to be very sure where the frame edges are while composing an image. For images to be used in editorial applications, one cannot darken corners, blur etc.
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