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    SIMILIPAL- One of the best tiger habitats on earth... unfortunately, not allowed to live up to its full potential.

    This is the view opposite the Joranda waterfall, it shows the gorge formed by the fall and is meant to enhance the vastness of Similipal- all 3000 sq kms of it!

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    PENTAX K 10D
    PENTAX SMC AF DA 18-55MM F3.5-5.6 AL
    Focal length: 18mm
    Mode: Av
    Tv: 1/80 sec
    Av: f/11
    Sensitivity: ISO 100
    Exposure Compensation: 0.00 Ev

    Regards,
    Aditya
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    Hi,

    Nice photo. The vast dense jungle spread over the mountains can be seen as you have mentioned.

    Thinking if you could reduce the brightness a bit, it will enhance the picture further.
    Regards,
    Mrudul Godbole

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    The depth of field looks good. A bigger photo would have been better to view the details. I think a polariser would have been useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    The depth of field looks good. A bigger photo would have been better to view the details. I think a polariser would have been useful.
    Thanks. It was tricky working on levels in this image. I had to brighten a the image a little in order to bring out the details in the shaded region. Yeah, a polariser would have done good. Just received my new (used) wide angle and polariser toady

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