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17 Jul 2008 10:13PM
Great shot.Well taken.

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17 Jul 2008 10:14PM
Fabulously sharp shot and well framed - just got him all in! Smile
Really like the eye contact and the colours - very natural. Only niggle might be the slightly out of focus back legs - would have been nice to have had them in focus.
Out of interest was this a crop or a full shot - if it is full were you manualy focusing? I ask as the sharp points are off to the right (where they should be of course!)
Well taken shot,love the detail you have captured.
Well done.
18 Jul 2008 5:06PM
Thanks for your comments.
AV - 5.0, TV - 1/400, ISO - 400, Focal Length - 180.0 mm. This may explain the blurred back legs. I manually set the Auto Focus point (to the right) on my camera to the Tiger's head. The picture's cropped to about 90% of the original. You're right though, would have been nicer if it was all in focus.

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