Sumatran Tigers

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  1. JOAT

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    Some tiger pics from my zoo visit a month ago.

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    Very nice!
    That first one seems to be tack sharp around the face!
     
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    Amazing pics, super crisp and clear.
     
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    good DOF throughout number one is my fav :thumbup:
     
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    That last one is one of the best tiger shots I've ever seen, Wow.
     
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    Holy cow JOAT> These are amazing man. Awesome stuff. I know you love big cats, so I can bet you have these on your wall.
     
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    Superb series, great colour and focus. Has to be number 1&6 for me :thumbup:
     
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    I don't know how you do it. I'm either shooting them through glass, or through the fence, but my pics don't look anything like yours. Bravo.
     
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    Wow. They're all very sharp and well-exposed. The color saturation is awesome too, especially on the last two :)
     
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    Thanx as usual everyone for the comments and taking the time to look.

    Antarctican, These were actually through the fence. Although I had to shoot at full zoom 400mm to blur out the fence, you could see it a bit on some of the images but barely. I wish the background were better on the others as well. I only have a few full body shots because of shooting wide open.

    In the summer they had them in area free of fences near the front, hopefully they will be there again.
     
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    Deadly pics..literally and colloqially
     
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    Thanx woodsac, I just touched it up with a little USM, but not too much. As mentioned because I was shooting through a fence I had to shoot wide open so getting him all in focus was tricky especially since it was a gloomy day.
     
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