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    A simple Topi image from Serengeti. It's full frame with no more space below.
    5D IV
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    f/7.1
    ISO 800

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    Nice view of this guy here. This would have made a good vertical.

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    Hi Sanjeev -- Very nice details and nicely exposure as well. Loved the look on its face with the grass sticking out of its mouth. Nice clean BKG as well. Would have liked some more space for those virtual legs .

    Nicely done.

    TFS !

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    Hi Sanjeev - Nice portrait of this topi. The grass in mouth, look-back pose and clean bg all work. I agree on more space below for the virtual legs.

    TFS,
    Rachel

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    Hello Sanjeev,

    Your Topi reminds me of a Red Hartebeest:)
    Beautiful colours/tonality and textures. I love the way subject is looking back, seems a little uncomfortable but those long eye lashes are doing what they are supposed to do, protect the eyes from the sun

    Good techs, the BG is stunning and I find those tall grasses quite charming, great 3D feel to this frame.

    It really pains me that you couldn't include the feet, I do realise this was probably the only chance you had and if you moved the vehicle the Topi would've moved too, just wish you tried a vertical shot like John suggested.

    Nevertheless I am sure you have much more in your folders so I am looking forward to your next post Wonderful PP work here Sanjeev!

    Kind regards,
    Gabriela Plesea

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