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    Default Tiger in Black and white

    This is a quick conversion. Slight crop from left and top amounting to 12% ie. 12% thrown away.

    Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 400mm f2.8 L IS USM, EF 2xII, ISO 2000, f5.6, 1/250

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    Thats a beautiful image. The teeth and tongue look lovely. Not sure why you've composed this in B&W. do you also have a colour image of this shot?

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    This is quite nice. The black and white treatment works well.

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    Very nice. I like everything here... the composition, the details and the patterns formed by the BG vegetation.
    TFS.

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    Murugan,
    The only reason for converting to black and white was to see how the whites merge with the bright vegetation. The prey animals mostly have monochrome vision, and unless the tiger moves, it becomes difficult to notice.

    I will post the colour version later.

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    wow! Lovely image, the tiger snarling has come out well. The canines and the tongue too have come out well. I am fine with b/w
    tfs

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    The teeth and tongue look nice,waiting to see the coloured version .
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    So its more like watching the tiger through the eyes of a tiger

    Thanks Sabyasachi.

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    I like the out of focus bright shrubs next to the Tiger. They look good in B/W. Looks like the tiger was yawning. Nice Image. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice and sharp.Quite an expression here and the idea works.....

    TFS
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    The monochrome presentation does wonders here.

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    Black and White presentation does wonder for this particular composition,as I see it.Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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