Cheetah's Portrait


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seen at mashatu game reserve this june




Nikon D2Xs
Nikkor AF-S VR 200-400mm/4.0
Nikkor AF-S TC-17E II Konverter
=650mm (975mm in KB)

1/320sec at f/6.7
ISO 100

85% Crop

Best regards from vienna

Wolfgang
 

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From a Noob point of view, this Cheetah lacks the protrayal of a fierce animal. Its eyes are sleepish if you get what I mean. Photo are definately better than any of mine of course. Honest Critic, please dont bite me. :sweat:


Disclaimer: I had never been to the safari before so I dont have the feel of how hard is it to shoot a wild Cheetah.
 

Raied

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HAHAH, this picture made me laugh!! (not your picture fault, but the cheetah)

it looks so cute to me, more like a teddy bear than a cheetah

its expression is very -_-"
 

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its expression is very -_-"
yeah its really cute, dun think the sheepish look isnt a bad thing either. i really like the tight crop (just dun have a 400mm lens+tc to do it more often). really sharp and interesting

although, id maybe like to see it from a different angle or sth

btw where is this place? looks like a pretty decent place to go to
 

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the picture seems abit soft to me,somehow,i feel that a portriat picture willl do better than a landscape,my 2 cents
 

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He says Best regards from Vienna.....definitely a lovely place to go......I love that place.:)

btw where is this place? looks like a pretty decent place to go to
seen at mashatu game reserve this june

Best regards from vienna

Wolfgang
 

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