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    Default Bad bird photographer

    My camera refuses to lock on to birds when a tiger is around.

    Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve.

    Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 400mm f2.8 L IS USM, ISO 400, 1/200, f7.1

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    Very nice eye contact and pose.

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    Composition is very nice, Sharp inspite that light seems low, looks different without the usual greens ..... and a bird instead of the tourists flocking the king.

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    Nice title . Liked the stare and the relaxed pose. Surely your camera also knows who's the priority . Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Nice title. The eye contact is nice. Is there a Tiger Priority mode on your cam?
    By the way, which bird is it?
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    Bibhav Behera
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    Another nice picture of the Tiger....

    Nice comments by Bibhav....This is a very unusual picture.It looks as if the bird is headed straight into the face of the animal!

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    :-) very nice...

    love the eyes.... the little birdy certainly likes living dangerously.... !!! Disturbing this cat at a delicate time... :-p

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    beautiful composition bhaiya...

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    Default Bad birdie, too :-)

    Brilliant pose
    Very clear eyes

    The tiger appears to be two-toned
    The front half has a different shade then rear half
    Is this due to lighting effect or is this a natural phenomenon with tigers?

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    It is due to lighting.

    The Sun is behind the subject. The bottom half of the body had got wet and was reflecting the light. The top portion of the body facing us is in shade. Hence the colour difference.

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