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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by dr.jayakumar » Wed Jun 10, 2015 6:39 pm

these are incredible pictures dr.kumarnishith.
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Re: Wildlife Photography

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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by dr.jayakumar » Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:59 am

been to hoggenakal ...few pictures i thought should share with you all.
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my past trip to bandipur..lucky to see this fat sloth
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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by ganeshn » Wed Oct 21, 2015 12:12 pm

Dr. Saab u have a keen eye for the nature.I remiss about the sloth bear chasing us during nature trail at Dandeli in karnataka, its still fresh.

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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by dr.jayakumar » Wed Oct 21, 2015 4:56 pm

ganeshn wrote:Dr. Saab u have a keen eye for the nature.I remiss about the sloth bear chasing us during nature trail at Dandeli in karnataka, its still fresh.
very keen...thanks ganesh..i have been to dandeli...lovely forest
any pictures you can share?
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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by ganeshn » Wed Oct 21, 2015 10:49 pm

Yup, will try to dig up my stock.my desktop is acting up.some of them I could manage to retrive from one of my CF cards.
Feel free to critique.
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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by dr.jayakumar » Thu Oct 22, 2015 11:02 am

my god...astounding,no words to praise your skill
that hyena..is the diamond on a crown..
well done....thank you so much for sharing
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Re: Wildlife Photography

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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by ganeshn » Fri Oct 23, 2015 10:58 am

dr.jayakumar wrote:my god...astounding,no words to praise your skill
that hyena..is the diamond on a crown..
well done....thank you so much for sharing
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Thanks Dr. Saab for your kind words.

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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by dr.jayakumar » Fri Oct 23, 2015 4:57 pm

my god...mack..that queen,simply superp,how did you get it?wow,i am stoned looking.is that wildboar dead?
hats off mack..thanks for sharing
genashn you are welcome.
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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by Mack The Knife » Sat Oct 24, 2015 6:06 am

It was a juvenile that was transported from the city and released in the sticks.

The boar was quite dead. Had his snout and backside chomped on by a croc.

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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by dr.jayakumar » Sat Nov 28, 2015 9:14 am

thanks mack.
got bored with guns for a while..
so thought of sharing the prince of bandhipur.
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Re: RE: Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by pradeep2374 » Sun Nov 29, 2015 9:18 am

ganeshn wrote:Yup, will try to dig up my stock.my desktop is acting up.some of them I could manage to retrive from one of my CF cards.
Feel free to critique.
Amazing shots, enticing. Would love to go there. What camera and lens were you using? Pls share some of your photography tips too.
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Mack, tack sharp, amazing capture. I am an amateur photographer would love to have tips on lens, exp settings etc. BTW, I have a canon70d. Pls share about your camera and lens. Thanks.

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Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by pradeep2374 » Sun Nov 29, 2015 9:18 am

Mack, tack sharp, amazing capture. I am an amateur photographer would love to have tips on lens, exp settings etc. BTW, I have a canon70d. Pls share about your camera and lens. Thanks.

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Re: RE: Re: Wildlife Photography

Post by ganeshn » Mon Nov 30, 2015 2:00 pm

pradeep2374 wrote:
ganeshn wrote:Yup, will try to dig up my stock.my desktop is acting up.some of them I could manage to retrive from one of my CF cards.
Feel free to critique.
Amazing shots, enticing. Would love to go there. What camera and lens were you using? Pls share some of your photography tips too.
The gear i used here was canon40D and 300mm F4 L with 1.4x converter, the lighting is everything in wildlife. knowing the equipment is helpful and so is the knowledge of animal behavior.
dr.jayakumar wrote:thanks mack.
got bored with guns for a while..
so thought of sharing the prince of bandhipur.
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magnificent animal on timeout. had a brief encounter with a tiger in Bandipur on the way to Ooty on the bike.

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