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Double trouble

By TomCoetzee    
Two young males approaching a kill...they gave me a good look-over prior to moving in!

Tags: Animal Sexy Beauty Africa Feline Danger Cat Lion Panthera Wildife Leo Wildlife and nature

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HarrietH Plus
10 303 Portugal
6 Jun 2013 12:57PM
You were lucky that there seemed to be something more to their "taste" further on.
Wonderful shot.

Harriet
gwynn56 8 87 England
6 Jun 2013 1:22PM
nice capture Smile
jgmford 13 England
6 Jun 2013 1:29PM
Great capture, beautiful animal, you where lucky then. Jeff
johnke Plus
7 223 16 England
6 Jun 2013 2:49PM
A gorgeous portrait, spectacular eye's, an image most would die for...John
Impressive image!
JNC
banehawi Plus
16 2.3k 4160 Canada
6 Jun 2013 11:40PM
A really good and well timed shot. Real trouble coming for something!

It has to be difficult to work with such harsh light. I havent yet been to the continent, but we see many shots here that indicate the light is mainly harsh, and often from straight above.

Nothing wrong with the shot, I would simply suggest to get a little more contrast, - and its only a post processing this; sharpen slightly more, and enhance the existing eye catch lights by brightening them a little.

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Regards


Willie
7 Jun 2013 6:27AM
Thanks everyone, this was mid-day to be honest so the light was harsh, also have this on a lovely BW conversion on conversion. In sayin the light is harsh, the early morning & late afternoon light is generally brilliant...come see for yourself, the opportunities are endless!Grin
banehawi Plus
16 2.3k 4160 Canada
7 Jun 2013 1:27PM
I would love to, and will.

W
paulbroad 13 131 1289 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2013 7:48PM
I don't think it needs more contrast because the light is already so very contrasty. Increasing contrast will increase blacks and brighten highlights. A fine shot of opportunist nature. I think it is just a tiny bit over exposed. Less exposure will darken blacks, but also whites thus, in effect, reducing contrast.

Paul

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