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Thread: Leopard = vertical compo

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    Default Leopard = vertical compo

    Another view of the Leopard - this time a vertical with a 100-400 II IS @ about 150 mm focal length.

    Kabini - Zone A, around 8:30 AM. Cloudy day with low light

    5D Mark III, Canon EF 100-400 IS II, F4.5 1/30, ISO 200 Hand held

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    There is a typo. The ISO is 2000 & not 200 as posted in the earlier one

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    This vertical composition adds greater environmental interest to the subject.The tall trees instead of blocking the subject gives an impression of dense thick forests. Nice image .Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice sighting. The tree in the front is not in the plane of focus as the tree in the far right is in focus. The out of focus tree being a bit close to the leopard takes away the attention. Wish you had sighted the scene in good light so that you could have used a narrow aperture for deeper depth of field. With bumper to bumper traffic in Kabini it is not easy to ask the driver to move the vehicle for a better angle. Thanks for sharing.

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    The vertical composition works well here with the tall trees. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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