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    Default Egyptian Vulture

    Canon 50d + Canon 100-400mm
    1/5000 sec F 5.6 at ISO 320
    Bandhavgarh
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    Kiran,
    Lovely image.

    1/5000? I don't remember photographing at that speed.

    I like the composition. Nice wing spread. I would have loved some space at top and bottom as there is hardly any separation between the wing tips and the frame. How did you shoot from the top? Normally we don't see it from such an angle. Where in Bandhavgarh was it?

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Hi Kiran,

    Sharp image. Nice details in the wings and lovely eye contact. Agree with Sabyasachi about some more space at the wing tips. Nice composition.

    Look forward to more..
    Regards,
    Mrudul Godbole

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    Kiran,

    This is fabulous. Agree about the space, but this can be added digitally if required.

    Apana

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    I agree about the space, but this is an amazing capture. Also wondering how you got it from that angle.

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    Thanks...
    I didn't do anything special for that angle, I was in jeep
    The Vulture was on road when our jeep reached there, he just took off. while flying he turned towards us once, I took this shot at same time.

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    Is this a big crop? If so, you can both correct composition and get back some details by cropping out a smaller area.

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    Aditya

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