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    Hi all,
    Here is another one from my Selous Game Reserve trip 3 years ago.
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    Dear Sanjeev,

    I adore wild dog pups, thank you for sharing this!

    Little one is well positioned within the frame and the green vegetation on the RHS adds to the image IMO.

    Colours look good but I find the face a tad dark and especially nose, would lift blacks a bit.

    Love the pose and eye contact, as well as POV - very well done! Such a cutie, please post more if you have

    Kind regards,
    Gabriela Plesea

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    Nice how the pup is framed by the vegetation. The pose is right on with the direct eye contact. Nice and sharp with good detail.

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    Hi Sanjeev, a big difference from now to three years ago and you have come on so much. I feel the SS is a bit low and the 7D2 I feel is a body that you need to nail the exposure perfectly, there is no lee way. A lovely subject, but shot now, everything would be so much better.

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    I like the vegetation and the tree framing the subject. Colours and exposure looks great, a tiny bit more DOF I think would have been advantageous.

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