That is how it appears on my monitor. The colours look dull to me too. A touch of curves and push up saturation/contrast and brightness in PS would make it look better.agape01 said:Care to explain why the shot looks underexposed to you?
My meaning is not that it has been cropped, what I meant to say is that the framing is too tight for the photograph. Sorry if you misunderstood what I was trying to say. You could have zoomed out a bit more to capture a little of its environment.I am wondering, how do you know that the photograph is cropped?
As you had stated in the comments, the tiger was jumping for some food, and its paws are out of the frame. There is a little too much space at the bottom of the frame, you could have shifted your framing up to include the tiger's paws and the food which it was grasping at. This would give viewers a better idea of why it was jumping out of the water.Why would leaving some space at the top of the tiger's head be better?
I would prefer a little more room on top. A little under on my screen though. Overall, I do like this shot as I seldom see one leaping for its food.agape01 said:
I'm sure that you guys would have captured shots like these in your life time.
Anyway, give me your worst on how sucky this shot is.
Makes one wonder how framing happens at 840mm.....agape01 said:Thanks....
Although, I would like to see others on how they are going to do this type of photos.
As mentioned before, there is only so much you can do to frame with 140mm...