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Tiger Fraud
Tiger Fraud

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Challenge: Black and White in Color II (Advanced Editing VII*)
Camera: Nikon S10
Location: Tampa Big Cat Rescue Center
Date: Feb 22, 2008
Aperture: 3.5
ISO: 100
Shutter: 0.01
Date Uploaded: Feb 24, 2008

crop, levels, resize, sharp


The only way to produce a white tiger is through severe inbreeding of brother to sister, father to daughter and mother to son?

Place: 238 out of 249
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Views since voting: 581
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Votes: 197
Comments: 7
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03/05/2008 09:40:50 PM
This photo was taken through a fence. It was croped to remove the fence. The animal was in the dark shade of its cover. Very little time to stand and take the photo while on a tour. The note above about how you get a white tiger is interesting. White tigers do not constitute a separate subspecies of their own.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/03/2008 12:36:01 AM
seems a bit noisey and the lighting seems harsh.
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02/29/2008 08:26:38 AM
I like I tight this shot is, but on that same token if we are this close we need to be in focus.
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02/28/2008 02:08:48 PM
seems oof. what's the fraud? Is it some other type of animal?
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02/28/2008 06:32:09 AM
Good idea, concept, composition...but...looks like a way tight crop, stretching the resolution a little. Needs detail.
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02/27/2008 02:15:43 PM
I'd rather see the eyes opened a bit more... the color could be enhanced with some adjustments to make the fur a bit more white, in my opinion.
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02/27/2008 01:55:48 PM
it looks rather washed out - lacking in contrast
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