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Old 21st May 2010, 11:39   #46
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WOW. Great snaps dilip, once I thought I am watching NGC. And the tiger snaps were just too hot to handle, what about a detail of the trip you made? I know few of the fellow bhpians commented here, might be interested to make a trip
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This is a national shame.
It indeed is a matter of shame for us all Indians as we are impotent observers, some politically connected guy rams into a tigress who is also a nursing mother...he killed not one but three tigers as the fate of her cubs is sealed. For sure he will get away, some other poor guy will be hung in his place.
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I am simply amazed by Chotti/Dhitti - Climber Point zone tigress staring.
i scrolled through this page some 6 time now.

dude, take a bow. Picture is simply awesome.
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Pretty impressed with the image quality. for a 4.5 aperture, you have a very nice depth of field. nice work with PP as well,. I like the saturation
nice my friend,.
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Pretty impressed with the image quality. for a 4.5 aperture, you have a very nice depth of field. nice work with PP as well,. I like the saturation
nice my friend,.
Fully agree on all above aspects.
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Old 24th May 2010, 11:26   #51
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More pictures

Mirchani Tigress

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Oh amazing snaps again. Jungle cat is somthing i'm seeing for the first time (though known). Big cats are just posing as if they are modelling for you.
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Amazing pics, redrage. Thanks for sharing them. I feel that your liking for the wild life, technical finesse and an artistic inclination, all have worked wonders towards making this an excellent collection of wild life photos.
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Redrage,

Again a magnificent posting.

The Mirchani tigress, She has a limp and just noticed that also a deformed right ear which has not grown to the size of the left, it is not cut as the black fur on the outline is visible or is it because of the angle?

The Mirchani frontal, wildcat, leap of faith (langur) are all beautiful and so is your composition and pp.

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The Mirchani tigress, She has a limp and just noticed that also a deformed right ear which has not grown to the size of the left, it is not cut as the black fur on the outline is visible or is it because of the angle?
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The limp was not noticeable during her passing by our gypsy.

It is most likely because of the angle. let me check for other shots.


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The Mirchani frontal, wildcat, leap of faith (langur) are all beautiful and so is your composition and pp.
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Ty , My PP skills are not really up-to mark, i shoot RAW and improve levels saturation and sharpness, that's it. If i do anything more it appears grainy or over saturated. Also because of cropping there is a huge loss in image quality..

Before i used to clone, blur out and remove artifacts. But now as a principle i want to avoid it.
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@redrage

dude what amazing pictures.

I was born and brought up in MP and visited most of these places as a kid with my dad. These pics have just taken me back in time. I loved the tiger as a kid, and still find it the most fascinating animal.

Thanks for such amazing photos.
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hey...awesome pics. just the right colour exposure ... kudos.
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Few from the last set

Chotti / Tigress

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Man, what breathtaking photographs! I devoured them all; I am (happily) suffering from tiger overdose now.
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Fantastic, to say the least. Big cats are ok but the small jungle cat was breathtaking. Did you get any wild dogs?
One request - please show us some habitat and plain vista shots, particularly of the Chakradhara area. I find that part of our country one of the most beautiful.
Thanks for the Seshasayee image. This is one of the most unphotographed landmarks of the park. Thanks for sharing.
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