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Cheetahs Cleaning up



Cheetahs Cleaning up

Cheetahs Cleaning up
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stigfagerli PRO+
 
stigfagerli October 27, 2019
Fantastic good foto
RickL PRO+
 
RickL July 27, 2020
Exceptional composition,nothing like getting your face cleaned after a meal. Well done
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Behind The Lens

Location
This image was clicked in Masaimara, Kenya
Time
This image was clicked just before the sunset,
Lighting
Capturing the emotion between two Cheetahs.
Equipment
Canon 5D MIII, 500 F/4.0 and handheld
Inspiration
I was following the sequence of hunt of Cheetahs, after they devoured fawn of the gazelle, they started preening and cleaning each other. I wanted to stay back and capture their behaviors post hunt and devouring as mostly people capture only until the hunt and move on.
Editing
A bit of cropping, sharpening and color correctness.
In my camera bag
A Full frame body, A crop body, a Super tele lens, a Zoom tele lens, wide angle lens, Extender, Tripod, bean bag
Feedback
In wildlife life photography studying the behavior part is most fun vs capturing the moment. If one can understand behavior will have a better story vs the one who has pictures captured in split second.

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