- PDP (11769)
- [2005-12-06 11:56]
Hi Odette, very nice tiger shot. I love the pose on his face and the paw sticking out. The composition is very good too. Perhaps a teeny weeny bit of sharpnening would work great. This was well timed as it's almost time for me to go home :-)
- Dave (2178)
- [2005-12-06 12:24]
Very beautiful photographic capture of this tiger Odette!
Excellent framing, composition, and focus!
Thank you Odette!
- anavazao (3829)
- [2005-12-06 13:30]
- wallhalla15 (13829)
- [2005-12-06 14:47]
Very good moment you captured! Very nice composition. Great sharpness, colours and POV. Very well done. Thanks for sharing.
- Xplorator (7719)
- [2005-12-06 14:49]
It has a good wild vibe, its the surounding and the dynamic posture, even though he is crouched the stance is very active and "tiger-like".Maybe some teeth showing wouldve further increase what I described.
- chiliu (6526)
- [2005-12-06 14:58]
Excellent capture moment, great colours,
nice frame and well composed.
- reina (2032)
- [2005-12-06 16:46]
Hi Odette, very nice shot. Very good composition and timing. Well done. Greetings Reina
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-12-06 17:13]
This is an excellent tiger shot. The composition and framing are great. I love the pose you have captured of my favorite big cat. Beautiful colors with good detail and depth.
- radz (436)
- [2005-12-06 20:58]
Nice shot,liked the composition&good POV.
- mrvdm1 (301)
- [2005-12-07 1:11]
If is look at him long enough, he starts to move, so I'll get this over with.
Well done with a great shot. Paul says it needs some sharpening, but I love the natural feel to the photo. You need to know and understand Africa to apppreciate green and brown on the same piece of grass.
- manyee (23770)
- [2005-12-07 4:09]
Beautiful tiger, Odette. The colors and pose are wonderful. Was this taken at a zoo?
Well done and TFS. : )
This is your best so far. Love the pose and a very fitting title. Paul's advice to sharpen it a bit is usefull.
What editing did you do except the adding of the frame?
Lovely shot, Odette. Keep 'em comming.
I did a WS to show the effect of sharpening, please let me know what you think.
- petrudamsa (2544)
- [2005-12-07 4:58]
Great shot and good POV. It's both technicaly and artistic a well done shot.
(One question though: where did you find one in South Africa? :-)) - I maybe know the answer...)
I promise to return with a biiig smiley when they'll become again available. Right now, I'm out of them for today.
(next day) as I promised ...
- mrcrow (3008)
- [2005-12-07 11:08]
cool shot..was it in the wild..
tigers and all the big cats are so relaxed..even when fighting each other between bouts..
- Luc (14767)
- [2005-12-17 21:56]
Personal assessment of the photo: very good.
Capacity of evocation in me: strong.
Strong visual impact.
Personal assessment of the note: complete.
Thank you very much Odette.
- Jannie (1227)
- [2006-01-11 1:14]
Awesome shot of my favourite animal. Geart pose. The POV, composition and detail are excellent
- tinman (2663)
- [2006-01-20 10:04]
Nicely done, good composition, a touch soft, but good.
- naimonetti (515)
- [2006-03-04 21:04]
Great shot of this Amur Tiger. Thank you. Was this shot taken in an enclosure or wild?
- brouble (357)
- [2006-03-05 22:12]
Outstanding!! Simply breathtaking. And a great note. Thanks for sharing