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Monthly Archives: April 2010

Hanuman Langurs – Slide Show

Hanuman Langur Monkeys – Images by Talat Khalid Photographing Monkeys can be quite fun, they are also not camera shy and very interesting characters, specially the young ones. Here’s a slide show of some Langur images, I loved it when the family of langurs in pench that was sitting together, the elders grooming, mothers taking care, and the young having fun playing 🙂

Cattle Skull, Gir

Cattle Skull found in GIR- photo of the day

Some times skeletons form good subject to photograph, domestic cattle form a major portion of the Gir Lions, this one a cattle skull probably a buffalo killed by lions. Wildlife photography is also about documenting what goes in the lives and around wildlife.

Langur Baby Crying

Crying Langur Baby

This baby langur was crying like a human baby, this was the first time i saw something like this and i almost stopped photographing. As a wildlife photographer often you encounter human like behaviours among animals that makes it special, this is one such image for me shot in pench national park sometime back.

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Mirchani Tigress Closeup

Shooting Tigers – Tip2

Mirchani Tigress Closeup When shooting tigers, the key to a sharp good image especially a potrait of a tiger is to make sure that apart from the eyes, the wiskers are also sharp. A closeup shot of a tiger with sharp wiskers makes a good image especially if its just the face.

Mirchani Tiger Cub

Shooting Tigers – Tip1

Mirchani Tiger Cub After photographing tigers for so many years have learned a few lessons. Sharing this so that you may find helpfull. When photographing tigers most of us can get so exited and thrilled that we tend to get lost in enjoying the moment and forget some basic things that need to be taken care of (myself included). When shooting a tiger you need to expose for the white areas on the face, they tend to easily get overexposed […]