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Old Apr 5, 2015, 11:56 AM   #1
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Pardon the very harsh light conditions, unfortunately that was when I got to get there. Hope you still like these.









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Old Apr 5, 2015, 12:33 PM   #2
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I like them, thank you for sharing.
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lovely pics and animal, but it's looking very underfed to me :-(
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Thank you, Rudi and Killer, for viewing and posting your comment. I appreciate it.
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What settings do you use Raghu ? I notice in your Flikr Exif it says HIGH on Contrast and Saturation and Hard on Sharpness.
Very nice shots by the way.
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Thank you. I was on the P mode, but I was also using the buttons and wheel to get the (seemingly) right exposure, as it was very bright and the shadows were very dark in the hot sun. From the EXIF, I find these were taken at 1/125 at f2.8 or 3.2, at ISO 100.
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Thanks Raghu,
I was thinking more what you had changed the in camera settings to if any, say contrast +1 saturation +1 ,that sort of thing ?.
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