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    Default Tiger Cub

    Photographed in Bandhavgarh a long time ago. EOS 5, 300f4 IS, Sensia 100 on Aperture Prioirty. Scanned with Nikon Coolscan V ED.

    I could not avoid the cut ear since our elephant was right next to the cub at Amanalla.

    Comments and critiques welcome.

    Thanks for looking!

    Apana
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    curious & innocent expression & beautiful capture...wished eyes would also be clearly visible. But i think everything in controlled environment is not possible in wildlife photography .

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    nice looks, but for me it seems oversaturated

    Harshad

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    Apana,
    The shape of the curved rock is nice. Innocent fellow.

    Too bad the elephant was close. Having the complete ear would have been great. The vertical rock seems to be a bit green. Is it due to some out of focus vegetation? Reducing the saturation and contrast a bit will strengthen the image. Thanks for sharing.

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    Yes there is a lot of OOF vegetation. The elephant was having a whale of a time feeding and was constantly swaying. This was one of the few sharp shorts.

    No saturation has been added to the image. It was shot in late afternoon light.

    Apana

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