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    Hi folks I do follow Steve .. to Africa and the cats .
    Just keep staying on the ground .
    This lion cub saved this head for himself ... leaving his brothers and sisters with the rest of the carcass .
    Image taken in South Luangwa NP in Sambia

    Canon EOS Dx II
    EF 200 - 400 IS L at 400 mm
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    f 6,3 ; Iso 2500 ; 1/1600 sec ; man exp and auto iso

    Processed with Capture One Pro 20 and PSCC 2020

    Thanks for watching and commenting to my previous thread

    Cheers Andreas

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    Nice rack. Framing is right on. I like the pose on the lion and the position of the head in its mouth. Detail loooks quite good.

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    Again, clean and simple Andreas with good colour and tone. Interesting to still see the spots in the coat. Was this a fresh kill, or something that had been around a day or so? Personally I might blend that darker line in the BKG behind the head, just to soften it.

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    Thanks John and Steve ....for your kind comments .

    Steve - a kill that happened a little earlier in the morning . Anette and me took the " wrong " decision in the morning in terms of direction ..... so heard about it and came late to the party . Only saw the leftovers .... Large Pride of 3 males , 4 females and seven cubs . So this was only snack !! Regarding darker band ... yes I could blend that in , Thanks .

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    Wow such detail and clarity in the cub's fur, I like everything in this image, to say the focus was spot on would be an understatement.

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    Hi Andreas, Great clear view of those intent eyes and as usual the fur/coat is over the top. Your PP on soft fur is always a treat. The wonderful BG could use a round of NR. TFS

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