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    Default Spotted deer

    One among the first 10 images made with the new lens Image shot at Ranthambhore national park- zone 6.

    canon EOS 60D, canon 300 f/2.8 L IS II USM
    f2.8, 1/100sec, ISO 400, EV +1, full-frame, evaluative metering.
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    Nice documentation,details & back ground.....the compo looks good.
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    Nice composition Bhargava. The head turn looks good. Great details. TFS

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    The eye contact is nice. A slight more space on the left would have been good. Nice clean background. Thanks for sharing.
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    I am fine with the concept. However, the image would have been even better if the entire body would have been parallel to the sensor plane.

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    Nice compo of a very common subject. The bg is beautifully diffused and the details look great. Was this is FF shot, and if it wasnt is there any particular reason why you have kept it so tight on the left side!

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    Supreet,

    Like I mentioned along with the exif, this is a full frame image. I agree that more space on the left may have been better
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supreet Sahoo View Post
    Nice compo of a very common subject.

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    Wish the deers were really common/abundant. While trekking or driving in a few tiger reserves, one rarely finds deers. Unless predators find sufficient prey, they will not survive. If one checks the number of tigers visible in small patches in the terai area during the british rule, then one realises that the tigers can increase in numbers if the prey base increases.

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