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| p.1 #1 · How most people first see a leopard and then... |
I remember many years ago a guide saying, "Look, a leopard in that tree over there". Looking and looking I couldn't see anything that resembled a leopard but low and behold it was there, hanging out on a branch. Often that is how many who go on safari come to see their first leopard. But if you are very lucky you then get to see them up close, moving around and even sometimes in golden light. The first image is full frame of a leopard in a tree....I actually reduced some of the shadow on it so it is really more visible than it was in real life. The others, well some are in pretty low light...shot at ISO 3200 in fact but boy the newer Canon's (and Nikons for those of you on the dark side) make it so much easier to get clean images while keeping the shutter speed up.
Hope you enjoy a few more of my spotted friends.
3 Close up
4 What we used to think was high ISO
5 Feeding time...another what was formally high iso (3200)