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Old 8th February 2010, 23:45   #1891
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Tried some similar stuff. Critique would be appreciated.
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Now this photograph is worthy of being featured as an advertisement in my book! Great lens work there, Torqueguru! We'd love to see some more from your side!
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Old 9th February 2010, 00:10   #1892
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TG,

That ones awesome. Very very well done.
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Old 9th February 2010, 01:10   #1893
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@suhaas
Been busy lately, not been able to shoot as many automobiles as I used to . Thanks for your remark.

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Thanks.

Here is the unedited RAW image.
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Old 9th February 2010, 02:30   #1894
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TG
Fantastic, as always.

Shot this long time back near Ponmudi.

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TG, dont know why, but i prefer the original.
Nice shot.
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Old 9th February 2010, 10:35   #1897
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@TG the processed image looks impressive. Again I feel that the overall image is a bit warmer than it should be. The sky looks a bit yellowish. I don't know whether it is intentional or the color calibration of your monitor. Just my two paisa

EDIT: Saw your post in theme photography thread, I have replied there.. not sure whether this is the issue but HTH.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/shifti...ml#post1723185

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Old 9th February 2010, 10:50   #1898
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It is 100% intentional, the warmth that is. I will reply to the other post soon.
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Old 9th February 2010, 11:09   #1899
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Here's my contribution for today!

Evolution.....

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Link To Pic!

In the background is my 2 year old Air-cooled, 220cc, 20PS, Single cylinder bike and its looking forward to the next step of biking in India the twin cylinder 2009 Kawasaki Ninja 250R a liquid cooled 33PS beast.

PS: @Mods: I hope providing a link to the original picture is not in violation of the forum rules!
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TG, dont know why, but i prefer the original.
Nice shot.
Very subjective area Benny.
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@TG the processed image looks impressive. Again I feel that the overall image is a bit warmer than it should be. The sky looks a bit yellowish. I don't know whether it is intentional or the color calibration of your monitor. Just my two paisa
In these kind of situations there's nothing wrong or right. Yes, that sky is looking yellowish and it well could be his intention.

My only issue with that shot is with net on the back. It's looking abnormal especially after removing all those poles. Mukul, don't be lazy and remove that net asap.

@ praful. Very nice shot. Seen your Flikr pages too. Very good captures there.

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Shot this long time back near Ponmudi.

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That's a great snap!

OT: That Swift looks great! Love the colour and the subtle modifications on it!
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...Critique would be appreciated...
I feel like the overall effect is quite dull, since the car is a dark colour - its not popping into the foreground at all.
The patch of light sky at the right is a bit distracting as well.
This one didn't quite have the TG flair that all your other pictures have IMO.

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Old 9th February 2010, 17:12   #1903
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Thanks for all the critique guys.

@Rudra
Removing the net in post, phew...i just could not manage to take the car inside the compound. Ideally I should have done that.
When I have some time at hand, i will surely attempt to take off the net!

#Rehaan
The overall effect is looking dull on TBHP, but on flickr its looking fine. I think it is a colorspace issue. I always used Adobe RGB, but never had this issue before.
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The overall effect is looking dull on TBHP, but on flickr its looking fine. I think it is a colorspace issue. I always used Adobe RGB, but never had this issue before.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/shifti...ml#post1724065

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One from me. Hope this wont be lost in the crowd of so many better shots than this in the last few pages.


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