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    Default Leopard, Bandipur

    Nikon D300, Nikon 200-400 VR, 1.4X TC

    320mm
    f/5.6
    1/250
    ISO 800
    -0.3 ev
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    ~ NIKHIL

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    The Y of the branches frames this well. The eye contact is engaging. A bit more space on the left and bottom to give more room to the tail would take this up a notch I feel. Thanks for sharing.
    Regards,
    Bibhav Behera
    www.bibhavbehera.com

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    Very nice leopard picture after a long time. Nice lighting. Good eye contact. As Bibhav said, if the frame had shifted to left a bit more it would have been even greater. Did the leopard climb down after this? Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice composition & eye contact. agree with bibhavs comments. TFS

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    Beautiful pose and eye contact. Is this full frame? Would like to more in the series. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Yes, this is a full frame.
    Agree on the spacing, have more from the series well composed, posted this as this was a full frame.
    yes, it did climb down and dashed off to another tree avoiding the dholes harassing it and stayed low on the other tree all through the rain.

    Will add more to the series.
    ~ NIKHIL

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    Nikhilesh,
    I like the eye contact. It is nice to have a uncluttered view of a leopard in a branch. It is good that you got the tail in the frame. The white balance needs to be tweaked a bit. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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