Photographed this young tiger last year from mirchani tigress in bandhavgarh N.P. After few days I heard he was sent to the zoo for some incident with a humans.
After lot of cheetal and langur alarms calls and few distant glimpses for about an hour, I decided to wait near a jungle trail frequently used by tigers and other animals where we thought she would come out from. There was silence for about 15 mins and the wait to get a close look was nearing the end of our safari time. We thought she had settled down and would not come out but just as we were loosing hope […]
Just back from a fantastic week long trip to Kaziranga in the north-east corner state of india, Assam, known for its rhinos, and tea plantations. kaziranga is also home to other animals and birds including Bengal tigers, Water buffaloes, Asian elephants, swamp deers, hog deer, wild boars etc. It is also world heritage site and no doubt with so much diversity and beauty, I found it one of the most picturesque of parks found in India. Below are some my […]
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.
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 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 […]
Hi, I recently got the lencoat for my 200400vr lens and had to remove the tripod collar foot to put the cover on, to do this i had used a 2.5 mm hex key also known as an Allen, zeta, or Unbrako key or wrench and removed it easily. pls note that this is how i removed it and if req do it at your own risk 🙂
Hey guys after a long wait and one that really made me think how addicted i m to photography since i had already sold my d200 (didnt know d300 would not be easily available) and i was left with no digital slr for 15 days. This especially was aggravated by the fact that i had just bought the nikon 200-400vr lens and barely tested it from my window for a day or two. Well for those who are surprised why […]
After a lot of reading, brain drain and going through almost most forums and articles for a lot time now, i finally decided yesterday and went to place my order for a Nikon 200 – 400 vr lens and guess what there was one already available (i was expecting to wait for atleast 15 – 30 days) and i got it home immediately. Ofcourse the closest competitor were the 300 2.8 or 400 2.8 (weight & size was big no […]