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|I had captured this picture of male 'Nyala' (Tragelaphus angasil) in Kruger National Park during our morning game drive.|
Light was bit harsh in the background but I was lucky this beautiful coloured animal was just crossing this shady area. In shady area it's always a difficult task to get proper exposure, mainly when BG is well lighten. I have done my best to get perfect exposure on animal.
Male Nyala's coat looks deep brown to slaty coloured and in shade it's really difficult to get proper details. I never use flash, so used high ISO here again. Beautiful animal.....
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- [2017-05-14 13:33]
Hi Srikumar,a beautiful Nyala,not often seen on TN. The light is difficult but magic so well exposed,a great shot,no doubts. Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano.
- [2017-05-15 7:50]
what should I say to your incredible collection of wildlife shots like this one? It's just awesome! Thanks for commenting on my Dipteran!
very nice picture to see wqith al the details of this specie
thanks gr lou
- [2017-05-15 19:48]
An unusual looking animal which appears to be part zebra, antelope and deer:) How neat to be able to photograph such a diverse group of animals in their natural habitat. The black, gray, white and tan colored coat is quite eye catching to say the least. Wonderful detail and just the right amount of exposure. Well done!!
Amazing wild animal this Nyala, fine POV and framing,
excellent DOF, focus, sharpness, and details, TFS
It's amazing to see species you never knew existed. Thank You for sharing such rare species through your photos. The picture itself is amazing..Super details and exposure.