I think you can pump up the contrast a bit or just saturate it a bit. Could make em a bit for dramatic.
Oh! We should learn about these technical terms in photo editing.Thanks a lot for the comment. Will try implementing them. :)
A little story behind this would be great to read :)
@Santosh: Sure! Will add soon! Thanks for the comment. :)
Nice. More details like location and all would be nice.
@fragileprints: Thank you. Added details.
Bangalore has a national park ? :O
@ cosmic_wanderer : Yes, it does. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bannerghatta_National_Park
William Blake's 'The Tiger' ;-)I remember learning it in school and reading these lines brought back long forgotten verses to memory!Awesome pic too!
Lovely pic...the details captured are just amazing...
wow! lucky for us that u got such a shot!
Woooo! Stunning shot :)
Captured so wonderfully well. :)
Oh My He (?) is so cute. Good work.
OMG, he looks majestic!!!!Awesum shot!!!!
Nice cilck.. The cat that could awe you and make you shiver at the same time....!!
Very Good shot. The fierce eyes...
tiger tiger burning bright....great photography...Emperor indeed :)
lucky you :)
The eyes Speak a lot! Nicey!
ohh that's a beautiful pic... especially with the small weed/twig in front... it gives an extra depth to your image... however you can also make it a bit more vibrant or saturated in photoshop... not really necessary. I like it this way as well... but would have loved to see the outcome of more vibrance as well Rishi
Yeah, but still in a park... Nice click.
beautiful pic..nice shot.
Nice shot:) and William Blakes poetry on the Tiger is great too!
nicee one! my photoshop trick of the day:use spotlight filter + curves to get that really pro look to a foto!:)
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