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Thread: Capped Langur of Manas

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    Capped Langur of Manas NP in late October 2019
    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mmf4 + Handheld
    ISO 100, f 4.5, 1/125, +0.30 EC, cropped for vertical compo
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    Nice engaging eye contact. The lighting is difficult, but its good that the face and eyes are well lit. I think you could have opted for a higher ISO and narrower aperture to get more details. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice engaging eye contact. The lighting is difficult, but its good that the face and eyes are well lit. I think you could have opted for a higher ISO and narrower aperture to get more details. Thanks for sharing.
    @ Mrudulji It is my mistake.
    Exif is - ISO 1000, f4.5, 1/160, EC +0.30, cropped for vertical compo. Thanks for your comment.
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    Expression brilliantly captured. Extremely shy, sitting absolutely still in pensive mood being approached. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Very nice shot. The blurring behind the animal is perfectly OK and this is again due to DOF effect. Most wildlife photographers recommend this but in any art, the rules can be broken.
    Last edited by Sundar Amartur; 17-12-2019 at 12:48 PM.

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    Lovely eyes. I like the expression. It is tough to shoot them in the midst of foliage. Given the angle you were shooting, it is tough to get the full body in depth of field. Though it was out of your control, it would have been great if the head portion had some sunlight. Thanks for sharing. Look forward to more.

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    Fantastic image of a unique monkey!I think it was tough conditions photographing this image.

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