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Thread: Tiger T57 , RTR diary Apr-17

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    Default Tiger T57 , RTR diary Apr-17

    An eye contact with the beast.
    Canon EOS7D M II , Canon 70-200mm f/4 IS L USM , 1/500 , ISO-800 , F/5 , Handheld , 25% crop.
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    Beautiful face, nice eye brows....very young. Good take. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

    P.S.: Till 1980's, Beast was commonly used, now mammal or animal usage is more often than not. It is purely personal liking.
    Last edited by Saktipada Panigrahi; 29-05-2017 at 01:15 PM.

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    Lovely inquisitive look. I think he was lying down, when your gypsy came and he got up to see who it was . How long was the sighting? Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice eye contact. A vertical composition could have been tried here as well.

    The word beast was used mostly during the British era and for sometime after it. Perhaps the realisation has dawned that the true beast is within the humans and hence the word beast is not used any more for animals. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vipin Sharma View Post
    An eye contact with the beast.
    Canon EOS7D M II , Canon 70-200mm f/4 IS L USM , 1/500 , ISO-800 , F/5 , Handheld , 25% crop.
    Hello, how did you get so close to this beautiful creature, and take such a brilliant photograph?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Yates View Post
    Hello, how did you get so close to this beautiful creature, and take such a brilliant photograph?
    Hi ! This image is with 70-200mm @135mm and 25% crop image. I was not that close but In India the tigers are used to of safari jeeps and very seldom gets annoyed with their presence. Though exceptions are there and many a times tiger charged but not many such incidents has taken place.

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