YAWWWNNN..It is hard work being lazy!

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  1. MommyOf4Boys

    MommyOf4Boys TPF Noob!

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    Besides the obvious blown out/overexposed areas in this photo, I was pretty happy with it.

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    Great capture... Is this a white or yellow variety tiger? You might be able to fix the exposure issues with a tinted B&W if it is a yellow lion. Unfortunately...it looks like it may be a Siberian...so that may not work.

    The detail is pretty stunning though. I can feel the roughness of the tongue.. :D
     
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    my luck, it is a white tiger lol
     
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    great shot! what size lens did you use for this one? xx
     
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    I used my hooooorrible sigma lens at 300mm (just replaced the lens with a nikon 70-300mmG that should be here in a couple of days) - hope it gives better results than the Sigma!
     
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    which sigma lens was it? I hope it wasn't the 28-300. I was hoping to end up with one of those.
     
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    Besides the light....awesome detail there. Good one
     
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    It sure is hard work being lazy. Nice photo.
     
  9. MommyOf4Boys

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    No, it was my cheap-o 75-300mm Sigma DL zoom lens...I am sure someone else would love this lens, but i really do not! anyone want it? 5 dollah 5 dollah lol
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That Sigma lens is also the one I use ... and I have so far got good results! When the first died on me I got the same one over again just before we left for the States...!

    I think you achieved some really good results with this tiger so burdened with the hardships of life ;). Oh, all that boredom! :biggrin:
     

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