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Thread: The look , Male tiger RTR diary Apr-17

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    Default The look , Male tiger RTR diary Apr-17

    I do not know what prompted me to compose me this image in such way.
    He lead us for almost 2km on main road and kept looking at us in between.

    Camera: Canon EOS 7D M II , Canon 70-200mm f/4 IS L USM
    Focal Length: 200 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec
    Aperture: f/5.6
    ISO: 1000 , No crop
    Copyright: Vipin Sharma
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    Lovely face with long hairs around. Eyebrows are different, can be identified from the front easily. Good take. Very little space in the bottom. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Agree with Saktida, the hair around the face look nice. Nice eye contact. I like this composition displaying the dense vegetation in the background. Thanks for sharing.

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    Interesting eyebrows and forehead as pointed out by Sakti da. A normal reaction would have been a vertical composition. This composition results in our eyes moving to the right and also coming back to the tiger on the left resulting in some tension.

    I would love one image of a tiger on this road looking back while being on the extreme edge of the road. Clicking a vertical with such composition may help in giving a feeling of the precarious position that the tiger is in. If it is in a narrow bend, then the impact would be better. At times, you may get images which can also convey other meanings. Thanks for sharing.

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    An interesting and good looking tiger.Nice look captured. Agree with Sabyasachi regarding the composition. Wish there was more space at the bottom of the image.Thanks for sharing.

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    Majestic looking tiger, beautiful coat....love the image

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    Interesting eyebrows and forehead as pointed out by Sakti da. A normal reaction would have been a vertical composition. This composition results in our eyes moving to the right and also coming back to the tiger on the left resulting in some tension.

    I would love one image of a tiger on this road looking back while being on the extreme edge of the road. Clicking a vertical with such composition may help in giving a feeling of the precarious position that the tiger is in. If it is in a narrow bend, then the impact would be better. At times, you may get images which can also convey other meanings. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
    Dada , loved the frank and trasparent comments from you , never thought of vertical composition for this image , BUT now when I look at it ; It looks much better than the one posted here.
    Thnx dada for your comments.
    This web site has really helped me in improving my skill on the field.

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