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    A male tiger relaxes as he watches his sibling in the distance at Bandhavgarh. Couldn't do much about the grasses but I guess they don't distract much and give a hint of environment.
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    Wow that is pretty magnificent Sanjeev, beautiful colours and the fur is beautifully detailed. No need to apologise for the grasses, it looks super to me.

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    Hi Sanjeev, another stunner and as Jon mentioned, no need to apologies for the grasses.
    Just working on the numbers, but a tad more in WB and reduce the Tint ie more green to reduce the slight cast. Added a tad of Curves that's all, but more has surfaced I think. You can do more, but its a starting point I think.
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    Hi Sanjeev .... for sure a cool shot .
    Well composed and the look to the side is great , he looked at something interesting i guess . Like the stare and the ears facing forward . The grass stems are no distraction for me .

    Color and tone , matter of taste .... i would say between yours and Steveīs RP . I think you could lower the NR a fraction in PP and your sharpening is still a tiny bit coarse for me , when i look critical and having the kit in mind . Taking Jonīs words .... detail can show up finer with that kit , in this case the SS might have killed the finer details.
    Nevertheless i really like it .

    TFS Andreas

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    Great view of this tiger. Love the framing and that pose. The grasses are a nice touch.

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    Hi Doc -- Pretty good output at 10K, nice pose and grass is not a problem at all. Liked the colours in Steve's RP and agree with Jon and Andreas reg the details , you could definitely have more in this image.

    TFS !

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