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Thread: Tigress Noor RTR diary Apr-17

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    Default Tigress Noor RTR diary Apr-17

    I've been following this beautiful lady since she herself was a small cub. Today she is nursing her third litters , indeed one of the most caring and loving mother.
    Canon EOS 5D Mark IV , Canon 500mm f/4 L IS USM , f/4 , -0.3 step , 1/640 , ISO-1000 , Handheld , No crop.
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    Nice one. Did you click this in the morning or evening? I would have loved a higher depth of field. If you would have been a few feet to your left, then the composition would have included the arching branches over the tiger and I feel that would have been even better. Ofcourse, it is not always easy to move the gypsy in our already photographer crowded forests. In which area of Ranthambhore did you click this? Thanks for sharing.

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    Dada , this was in zone-2 near Putakote , there is a waterhole in between , and is a early morning shot.
    Not too many gypsy were present but due to terrain we couldn't move much , there were hardly any place to park the vehicle properly.

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    Nice one. Did you click this in the morning or evening? I would have loved a higher depth of field. If you would have been a few feet to your left, then the composition would have included the arching branches over the tiger and I feel that would have been even better. Ofcourse, it is not always easy to move the gypsy in our already photographer crowded forests. In which area of Ranthambhore did you click this? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
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    Nice sighting. Liked the confident walk. The display of environment adds to the composition. Thanks for sharing.

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