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    A tiger at Ranthambor stares as if wondering what their future will be.....(hope they survive the human onslaught)
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    This looks really good to me, I like the colours and tones (maybe the blacks are just the tiniest bit dense) I also like the busy but complimentary background. Your title is fitting... but it would have been even better if there was a little more of a look at the camera.

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    Hi Sanjeev -- Lovely looking specimen and colours look beautiful yet again. Techs look fine this time around but a look into the camera would have made this image much better. The crop is a bit awkward for my liking . TFS !

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    Hi Sanjeev - I agree with Jon's critique. PP looks very good, a slight shift of the eyes toward you would give a different feel but for me improve the image.

    TFS,
    Rachel

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    Another beauty Sanjeev. The detail and the way you've rendered the tiger in this one looks beautiful. I'm unsure why you have chosen this crop/framing though. I would have placed the tiger more to the right in the composition if mine... but perhaps there were problems further left?

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    Love the complimentary colours here Sanjeev, good techs overall but do agree this would benefit with a more traditional 3;2 crop ratio of the upper leg/torso area.

    TFS


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    Hi Sanjeev, love the colours, very reflective and nicely processed too, however I'm with Jon here. Sadly for me it just lacks interest and something to grab the viewer. Techs look good.

    TFS
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    Cool tiger like all the grass in the foreground. Nice detail as well.

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    Lovely textures and colours here Sanjeev, a well processed and very vivid frame. Good choice of DoF.

    Subject nicely framed by vegetation. That wet muzzle and pink nose just awesome. HA a bit of an issue, I agree with comments above - just wondering if a horizontal flip would make a difference, worth a try?

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    Hi Sanjeev .. i do like this frame when i look at tones , color, detail and sharpness a lot , nicely processed .
    The overall impression of content is good , but think it is lacking something , not sure if it is interest ..... One of those images where it is not that easy to find the right wording for me ....hope you understand.

    TFS Andreas

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    Nicely framed portrait here, Doc.
    I agree with others, needed a hint more visible eye here?
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