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    Default The Duo

    Tech Info :
    Camera Model Canon EOS 7D
    Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
    Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/125
    Av( Aperture Value ) 6.3
    Metering Mode Center-Weighted Average Metering
    ISO Speed 500
    Lens EF70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
    Focal Length 180.0mm
    White Balance Mode Auto
    AF area select mode Manual selection

    This is the duo that has been photographed by quite a lot of people now. Here's my version of the same. Please provide valuable feedback for enhancements.
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    This sighting came as a relief to me because it was already 5 safaris with nothing exciting! I do have some images of this duo..nedd to take some time and try processing them

    I think you could lower the contrast a little..also slight more sharpness would be good (not sure). otherwise, the relaxed mood is nice and the composition is alright.

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    Bhargava

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    Nice to see the Dhole pair. I agree with Bhargava, reducing the contrast will be good. Wish the light was better. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Lovely image of the duo, this pair have become a common sight at Bandipur off late. I have been seeing them constantly for over a year and half now and it is good to know they hunt well, it;s high time that they need to grow as a family

    Agree with comments made, wish the shutter speed was a bit higher for a sharper image.
    tfs

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    I agree that reducing the contrast will be better, else the eyes appear dark. Is this image cropped? If so, how much? A higher sharpness will be good.

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    Default Thank you all for the feedback

    Ill keep that in mind while composing in the future.

    @ Sabyasachi - yes this has been cropped by a good 30 % for composing. Wanted to keep more space in the direction in which they are both looking and less on the other side , can i improve on the composition though !

    @ Bhargava , Praveen , Mrudul - will try making another frame with lower contrast


    Thanks
    Supreet

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