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Thread: Be alert there is a tiger in the waterhole!.

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    Default Be alert there is a tiger in the waterhole!.

    Nikon P900 , 1/500 , F5.9 , ISO 160. Full frame. Basic pp in Adobe Lightroom.

    Clicked on 30th April 2018 at Kabini.
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    Great angle . The tiger is in focus and there seems to be a direct assessment of probabilities between predator and prey.The tiger seems to be a sub adult and i therefore not presenting any appearance of immediate threat to the deer.The tiger's movement could also be impeded by the fact that it is submerged in the water . This could also be a reason for the deer's complacency.A wider frame could have created greaer impact .Thanks for sharing .
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    You have captured a nice moment of both the predator and the prey judging each other. I agree a wider composition, with more space at the top to include the horns in full and just a bit more on the left would have strengthened the composition. I think there is a slight tilt, you can do a slight clockwise rotation in PP. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great sighting. Were you on a jeep? A wider angle would have been great, as the body of the deer has been cut off. The tail of the deer is up when they get alarmed. In this image, we don't get to see the tail. So I want to see a wider angle. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Shyamala ma'am , Mrudul ma'am and Sabyasachi sir for viewing and providing your valuable feedback. Sabyasachi sir , yes , I was on a jeep.

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