Tiger and Trees

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  1. pieq

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    Tiger and Trees

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    Thanks for your comments.
     
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    Nice shot
     
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    hmm I rather like this == though I would recomend that if you are shooting like this think not that you are taking a wildlife shot, but more of a landscape shot (ie go for a greater depth of field)
    The cat (centre) looks well in focus, but the tree to the right and the other cat look a little softer in comparision - if you were to use a smaller aperture along with a higher ISO (to keep your shutter speed up to wildlife speeds) then you could go for more depth to the shot :)
     
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    Thanks for the great comment.
    Actually I should've posted it in the landscape forum 'cuz I wasn't specifically focusing on the tigers.
    But thought I would get more replies posting here. :lol:
     

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