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    A black rhino form one of my earlier trips. He attended nature's call and then moved on....
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    What a beast. Looks like a large rhino. Detail looks quite nice. You handled the light very well.

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    Hi Sanjeev, all looks good, great to see the length of horn.

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    Hi Sanjeev , overall image looks good !! Good to see a rhino and good to see quite nice IQ . The big horn is a nice thing to see ... just heard that the rhinos in South Africa are recovering .
    If you like you can add a bit more mid tones ... and a tiny bit of soft light mode to the subject .

    TFS Andreas

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    Nice one Doc. I think you have done quite well in getting those fine details. Your African postings are far better than your recent Tiger posts in terms of finer details, one main reason could be the light ? Your processing technique seems alright to me.

    Nice looking Rhino specimen, and well taken.

    TFS !

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    Thanks everyone. Haseeb I think it's the light that's the issue and the WB and exposure especially in low light setting. I think ETTR should fix the exposure issue.

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