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Old 7th September 2009, 23:15   #1531
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Edited and added image. clevermax, I really like this car. Congrats in advance for booking one.

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Whoa..!! Awesome photographs Rudra Sir.I really like the colors and the way you have processed the pictures.Meanwhile I am also a proud owner of Fiat Punto.Fiat India can really use these images for the advertisements..! Superb work...Hats off to you

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One more from the Camaro series
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Woww....Awesome shot my friend.I did really like the colors and the clarity of the picture.Simply awesome..I have always been a real fan of your photographs

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With all due humbleness, here is how my processing goes. An amateurish attempt, but I'm learning.

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Stunning processing my friend.Your Ford Ikon looks so beautiful in this capture.I think that i should also try my hands in processing the pictures


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A picture taken couple of weeks back at the K-1000 rally near Bangalore
Woww...I really liked this capture my friend.Love the dust here
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Old 10th September 2009, 16:31   #1532
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hey i've got the same camera. but i'm sure I'm not an expert at extracting the best out of it. I'm definitely not going to buy another camera for a while (vit M prob) so, would help if you can share some tips and tricks.
Hey 14k,

Simply put, for this camera in particular :

1) Use the wide 28mm lens to your advantage. Instead of zooming in to objects, take a step closer. It will add a different look to your photos that not many other P&S cams can give you - since they are usually ~36-38mm equivalent wide angles.
^ This is the biggest advantage of this cam in my opinion.

2) Shoot on "P" mode, its pretty much Auto w/ added control (ISO, Force flash, exposure compensation etc)

3) Always make sure the Image Stabilization is on

4) Take some photos in macro mode. P&S cams can do some nice macros and the DoF otherwise missing in typical shots is now present.

Thats about it thats specific to this cam.

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Finally I bought myself some good lens.

Canon 50mm/1.8f and a Canon 55-250 IS. Cant wait to get out and start clicking!
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Old 11th September 2009, 17:51   #1534
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Hey 14k,

Simply put, for this camera in particular :
now those are things i never tried on my camera. i should put it to use now. thanks a ton.
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Old 11th September 2009, 18:26   #1535
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Here s some of my pics.. THe first one is not tweaked at all. Its an actual photo taken at 6-30am on a sunday morning outside taj mahal hotel. The last 2 are my first attempts with photoshop and since then ive got hooked onto it..
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@ evil - wasn't this F featured in a news channel for one of the Car & Bike series?
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I hope you guys don't mind dirty unclean vehicles.

Monsoon Offroading/Trail-driving in Sakleshpur and Bisle Ghat-p9063635.jpg
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I hope you guys don't mind dirty unclean vehicles.
Nope. As long as you are handling the camera.

Excellent pic. Got more?
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@Samurai
Whoa! Super duper shot! Its wild and fresh...I loved it!
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Whoa! Super duper shot! Its wild and fresh...I loved it!
Thanks TG.

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Excellent pic. Got more?
Yup, whole travelogue of it, check this: https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-e...isle-ghat.html
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All your comments and critics are always welcome as they help me to take better photos next time
That is a very good composition. Also you have kept the DOF pretty deep, which is key in car photography. Always try to get as much DOF as you can in closeup auto photography.
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I hope you guys don't mind dirty unclean vehicles.
Nice shot, just read your report on the OTR cool!

something I came across, probably someone might have posted this here earlier: Car Photography Tutorials - AUTOMOTIVE PHOTOGRAPHY MADE EASY
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@Samurai: Excellent Picture. You could sell it to M&M for their advt.

@evil_e46: What's with your second beamer picture? Motion blur for the background and car doors open?!! Please don't PP like this!!
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@Samurai: Excellent Picture. You could sell it to M&M for their advt.
Have you ever seen them advertising the Jeeps? Getting them to sell what they have is hard enough.
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After a long time I shot my baby, Hope you guys like it!
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