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Thread: [B]Tusker @ Bandipur[/B]

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    Default [B]Tusker @ Bandipur[/B]

    Canon eos 550D,55-250mm.
    Av f4.0
    exposure time 1/60s
    Focal Length 55mm.
    ISO 3200
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    Nice image. I think some more space at the top would have been better as the elephants looks cramped. A vertical would have also worked. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Default Sabyasachi Patra

    Since it was very close so i could not leave space at the top.This was full frame taken at 55mm.I also tried vertical,there was abranch at top which was disturbing.

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    Suraj,
    Good to know the reason. I do lot of tight compositions. However, I am careful that people don't follow me blindly.

    A good environmental image can have the subject anywhere between 1/3rd to 2/3rd of the image. When you have a short lens, better to try and create environmental images. Later on when you buy long lenses, you will have enough opportunity to create closeups.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Suraj Bhai,
    It appears to me that it is the front view of the same tusker whose side view was posted on 01-Dec-2011.If this is correct,then I could not read the curvature of the tusks properly from your first photo and my comments on your first photo needs change to that extent.These tusks are not that dreaded but owner of such tusks have strong neck and shoulder in their prime.God's gift in another way.
    Nice image with habitat. The elephant seems to have crossed his prime. Thanks for sharing.
    SaktiWild

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    Nice display of habitat. Agree with the above comments. The details are nice inspite of the low shutter speed, you were clicking hand held or you used a support? Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    I remember this tusker, he was quite close and also calm. Allowed everyone to make some nice images. Great shot Suraj
    tfs

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    Nice picture Suraj.It was good that he was calm and quiete.You got a good snap here.Good work

    Regards

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    Mrudul Godbole
    I did not use any support,It was shot hand held.

    Praveen Siddannavar
    True sir he was so calm.It was on 17th oct,evening safari.

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