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A rainy day in Kenya for our game drives. He didn't seem to pleased to be in the rain or does he just have the grumpy face?...
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A rainy day in Kenya for our game drives. He didn't seem to pleased to be in the rain or does he just have the grumpy face?
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danielkamaudandam
 
danielkamaudandam October 01, 2018
Beautiful!

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Behind The Lens

Location
This shot was taken in the Serengeti, Tanzania
Time
It was mid-afternoon. It had been raining all day. I thought we were not going to see a lot of animals that day. I was wrong. We shot a ton of animals that day. This was one of my favorites. I love his expression.
Lighting
It was raining, the clouds made the golden grass pop!
Equipment
Nikon D800 with a 400mm lens from the safari jeep, no tripod roof support.
Inspiration
As I mentioned above this is one of my favorites because, I love his expression as soon as I saw him I fired off a few frames. I love how the rain frames him as well.
Editing
Post processing is usually done in Lightroom and Photoshop
In my camera bag
In my bag, I travel with my Nikon D800, 80-200mm 2.8, 16-35mm, and 14-24mm 2.8
Feedback
A Safari trip is a must for any wildlife photographer. Spending anytime on game drives will yield copious amounts of shots.

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