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  Mini#22 Best of 2011
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Snarling Leopard       ©2011 robertmcd
Canon EOS 400D/Digital Rebel XTi       6th place, 113 points
1/320s, f6.3, ISO 100, 404mm, Normal Program, Partial, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Topaz Adjust - Standard Filter Photo Pop
Photoshop Elements - Levels Adjustment
      Extra Info: None
 
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robertmcd
Jan 12, 2012
    Thanks for all the kind comments. I think the brightness issue comes from the Web Conversion. As i said in the previous comment this was at Moholoholo Wildlife Rehab centre. I would have needed double IS on the lens if it was in the wild and probably a new pair of shorts :)

Adirondack Gal
Jan 11, 2012
    Congratulations on your finish in the competition!

Jade O.
Jan 9, 2012
    Fence or no, this is a fine image! Congrats on 6th place!

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RolandB
Jan 9, 2012
    Nice action capture. Sure hope this was in a zoo! Good exposure.

Ronoz
Jan 9, 2012
    Good angle, great pose , perhaps a little bright ,but defintely a TT

Lo
Jan 8, 2012
    I really hope there was something between you and the leopard! Great shot!

elliott
Jan 8, 2012
    without extra info, i am assuming this cat was in captivity but still a great moment captured.

evaan
Jan 7, 2012
    Your capture is amazing. Intense. Sharp. I almost feel hunted myself, and I wasn't even there. Nice job.

Jade O.
Jan 7, 2012
    Love the action. On my monitor is looks a little over bright (washed).

wrosenthal
Jan 7, 2012
    I can feel the danger and hot breath!

JaneyKay
Jan 6, 2012
    Wow .. so sharp ...

robertmcd
Jan 6, 2012
    It was at a Wildlife Rehab centre. Had my 300mm lens through the fence and got a nice sequence of shots as he was eating his piece of meat.

forkcandles
Jan 6, 2012
    Was it behind glass or a 2000 mm with doubler used. Nice teeth. Found out today that animals with large canine teeth developed strong fore limbs to protect the teeth. The large teeth killed quick but then vulnerable in eatin prey.
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