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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 10:37 am 
I made it a new topic since there was no response in the monkeys thread..

These are few monkey pics I'd like to share. I'd taken these pictures in a Kanha Sanctury, India.
Please do comment since it's very important for an amateur like me..
By the way...a BIG Hi to all the people who remember me here..
Lets just say I was on a huge break...lonnng time.. :)
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And...the last one...
I dont know why but I just love the picture below somehow. The monkey's busy in his own world...
How do professionals here find it, is my query... :)
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They need to cheer up:)


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I like 'em :)

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2009 12:42 am 
They look sad!! I notice that most monkeys do...

I like the close up (#2)


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:13 pm 
Thanks for the comments people..
I know..they look unhappy..dont know why..
Which one do you think is the best picture out of all?


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I agree with Serenity the second stands out for me.

A little tip when photographing wildlife try to get youself down to their level whenever possible it makes for a better picture.


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There is good detail in your shots. My favorite is the 3rd. I don't think they look unhappy, just inquisitive. Beautiful. My only recommendation is perhaps more care when framing. The beautiful shot of mother and baby for instance. I would like to see more of the monkeys and less background. You could in my humble opinion improve this shot by cropping to bring them in closer. Just my opinion. Great work...keep shooting!

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