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Photographer Jason Mckeown  Jason Mckeown {Karma:22200}
Project #56 Wildlife and Insects Camera Model Bronica ETRS 645
Categories Wildlife
Portrait
Others
Film Format Film 35mm
Portfolio Lens 75mm f2.8
Uploaded 10/10/2006 Film / Memory Type Fuji Velvia RVP 100
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 1254 Shutter 1/60
Favorites Aperture f/5.6
Critiques 28 Rating
6.55
/ 12 Ratings
Location City -  Sydney
State -  NSW
Country - Australia   Australia
About Taken a while back whilst doing a photographic course, this tiger was at Sydney Zoo behind some very thick glass. It was shot on Tmax 400 so there is NO colour version of this. all comments welcomed
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There are 28 Comments in 1 Pages
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Umberto Fortini Umberto Fortini   {K:3309} 10/30/2009
Superb work...
Umberto

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Howie Mudge Howie Mudge   {K:27933} 11/28/2008
Fantastic capture and amazing detail, Love it.

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Ray Pollard   {K:3729} 2/18/2007
A beautiful capture of a magnificent animal with a cracking B&W touch! Well done. 7+++

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Ahmed Fahmy Ahmed Fahmy   {K:1172} 12/31/2006
Nice cat ;)

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Hesham Abouzekry   {K:15927} 12/26/2006
nice portrait.
direct to my favorite.
H.A

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Nicole Marcisz Nicole Marcisz   {K:10268} 12/21/2006
and that it is.

great tone and presence. I had an image of a male lion at the zoo. It was the same deal- thank goodness for that thick plexiglass. It is fun to be that close to such a wonderful beast.

cheers,
nicole

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Ann  Van Breemen   {K:13399} 12/21/2006
It's geat to see this one with a BIP. Congratulations, Jason. Cheers, Ann.

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Shirley D. Cross-Taylor Shirley D. Cross-Taylor   {K:170562} 12/21/2006
Congratulations, Jason!:)

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Maram mohamed Maram mohamed   {K:1700} 12/21/2006
he has a look in his eye, u can't tell if he's going to attack u or he is just gazing. well done ,very nice portrait ;)

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Clint Tompkins Clint Tompkins   {K:1347} 12/21/2006
This animal has to be OLD, as he has long ear hair and even long chin hair, I'm painting from the pic by Rich Swammer (with permission) and I'm going to include the extra hair! Excellant exposure, through glass,huh?
Painter Clint

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 12/20/2006
Sheeesh! How good can it get? Awesome! 7/7

Merry Christmas!
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Leonie Fitzpatrick Leonie Fitzpatrick   {K:40551} 12/20/2006
Stunning Jason... :)

They are such magnificent animals... and you have captured that essence visually here... The eyes so watchful, taking in the information before it... Details are magic...

Sad, behind bars... Glad, because if not behind bars, then we may never have the luxury of these animals, and many more species, at all...

Onie...

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Sharon Chambers   {K:1833} 12/20/2006
I can certainly se why this was given best in project! An absolutely stunning image in every way. Most striking is the expression you have captured. I feel like I can almost see into the soul of this amazing creature! Well done. Into my favourits for sure :0)

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Petros Stamatakos   {K:12101} 11/15/2006
Jason, my kids absolutely love animals. They always love going to the Zoo. They saw this photo while I was browsing your folio (big thumbs up by the way) a couple of days ago, and they were mesmerized. They keep asking me to show them your photo. So, I guess what I'm trying to say is that not only does this image appeal to me, but to my kids as well.

Be good!

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Rich  Swanner Rich  Swanner   {K:-3732} 11/12/2006
Very nice by the way!

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Rich  Swanner Rich  Swanner   {K:-3732} 11/12/2006
Jason check out my new Tiger pic, brothers maybe?-Rich

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Tiger


Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 10/27/2006
wooww jason very crisp image..
cheers
roby

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Jimmy  Piper Jimmy  Piper   {K:5742} 10/22/2006
wow man, this is ripping. clarity and tones are excellent. great work.

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Marcus Armani Marcus Armani   {K:36599} 10/19/2006
Hey Jason this is such a nice look the black and white really give is a beautiful look, excellent lighting tones and detail, I would have never guessed it was shot though glass, very nice..

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Liz Wallis Liz Wallis   {K:26133} 10/14/2006
I would love to see at 16x12. I think it would be brilliant. :)

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Jason Mckeown Jason Mckeown   {K:22200} 10/14/2006
Thanks for that Liz, this was a shot that i did whilst doing a Black and White course a while back and never post( don't know why) it was a shot taken on the last week of the course and blew a complete portfolio out of the water, it be came the benchmark for the portfolio lotta work in a little time to get five shots of this calibre. I'm finally getting around t ogetting an enlargement for me of a 16x12 for the wall to replace the 8x10.

Jase

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Liz Wallis Liz Wallis   {K:26133} 10/14/2006
The strongest b/w composition of a tiger that I have ever seen..Everything about it, is just so right. Stunning, to say the least Jason :)

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Shirley D. Cross-Taylor Shirley D. Cross-Taylor   {K:170562} 10/13/2006
Awesome and beautiful, Jason!

"Pale days: and a league of laws
Made by the whims of men.
Would I were back with my furry cubs
In the dusk of a jungle den."

Laurence Hope

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Joao Brosque   {K:4197} 10/11/2006
Beautiful photo
Regards,
Joao

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Yamil Saenz Yamil Saenz   {K:12434} 10/11/2006
Amazing shot Jason.
Even in black and white, the most colorfull of all mammals still looks majestic.
Take care buddy.
Yamil

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Pablo Dylan Pablo Dylan   {K:63918} 10/11/2006
Fantastic!!!!
Great shot!!

Pablo

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Dave Stacey Dave Stacey   {K:150877} 10/10/2006
Beautiful shot of this beautiful animal, Jason! I wouldn't have though it a great subject for b/w, but you've proved me wrong on that one!
Dave.

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Mary  Jane Mary  Jane   {K:5867} 10/10/2006
Such a sad shot by the king!But yes its beautiful esp. in BW effect.
MJ

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