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Old 22nd November 2013, 19:55   #16156
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Tanveer,

Amazing stuff. Really enjoyed it. When do we get to see the Himalaya version?

Cheers

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Absolutely stunning work Tanveer! Congratulations.

Watched it in full HD and it was a treat.
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Tanveer,

Amazing stuff. Really enjoyed it. When do we get to see the Himalaya version?

Cheers

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Will try to do something himalayan in December. Probably the night sky
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Absolutely stunning work Tanveer! Congratulations.

Watched it in full HD and it was a treat.
Thanks max!
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Just a lil ant story. D800 35 ~105 manual nikkor on macro. I do get a little shy to post my pics at a place that is full of great inspiring photograpers.

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An urban sunset

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Hi guys,

Did not know the apt thread to post this, mods please shift my post if required. Bangalore bhpians, I'm looking for a photographer for my daughter's first birthday next friday. If anyone has any leads please let me know. I do not have a big budget so would even consider a bhpian with some good photography skills and gear. PM me in reply to this message.

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One of my clicks from the recent Kasauli Visit.
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Another sumptuous meal at the Barbeque Nation. Slurrrrrrrpp !

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Some pics & a video from a trip to Tadoba in April this year. Clicked with Canon EOS 550D and Canon EF-S 55-250 lens.

An almost fully grown cub out for a stroll at Telia lake:


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A huge male called Waghdoh male
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Main road in the park
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Oriental honey buzzard
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A tiger cub at Telia dam
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My goodness, that's absolutely incredible! Must have taken a lot of pain and efforts to capture them for several nights.

Good job man! Really. Your Sonata Arctica thread has kept me engrossed. Beautiful snaps and composition. Keep 'em coming.

OT/ I really hope I can watch the Aurora phenomena one day.
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Some pics & a video from a trip to Tadoba in April this year.
Nice shots. I had gone to Tadoba this October.

A big Cheetal stag in Satpura National Park:
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If I crop from the left, composition would perhaps be better, but I like the habitat shot that shows the other deers and the grassland

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My pick from the weekend trip to Ganeshgudi. It was one of those last minute plans that worked out pretty well.

I'll keep updating some more on my Fb page here.

Asian Paradise Flycatcher
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My goodness, that's absolutely incredible! Must have taken a lot of pain and efforts to capture them for several nights.

Good job man! Really. Your Sonata Arctica thread has kept me engrossed. Beautiful snaps and composition. Keep 'em coming.

OT/ I really hope I can watch the Aurora phenomena one day.
Thanks Gannu
Yes, it took a lot of effort and time, and on some occasions we had to drive over 100kms to get clear skies!
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My pick from the weekend trip to Ganeshgudi. It was one of those last minute plans that worked out pretty well.

I'll keep updating some more on my Fb page here.

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Nice shot. Ganeshgudi seems have become very popular with birders in the last few years. Can you share the EXIF?

Any luck with mammals there e.g. Malabar Giant Squirrels or Black Panthers(!!)?
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Nice shot. Ganeshgudi seems have become very popular with birders in the last few years. Can you share the EXIF?

Any luck with mammals there e.g. Malabar Giant Squirrels or Black Panthers(!!)?
Ganeshgudi has always been a birders paradise, more so because of the birds visiting the Old Magazine House property. We did spot a couple Malabar Giant Squirrels but no panthers, they don't have a jungle safari there. Although, I have heard a lot of stories of black leopard sightings at the Dandeli reserve.

Exif data: 1/100s, F7.1, ISO 800 at 840mm

It wasn't the brightest of the mornings which resulted in the slow shutter, but in the end it worked pretty well to get some motion blur that I anticipated.
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