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Old 4th December 2007, 12:01   #181
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It's not reflection. Number plate says that.
But Rudra sir a mirror command can change that also.
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Old 4th December 2007, 12:21   #182
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But Rudra sir a mirror command can change that also.
Of course it can. But I've been to this location and this is how it is.

You've put in a doubt very nicely. Samurai, where are you?
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But Rudra sir a mirror command can change that also.
It could be the reflection of a reflection too. My 2 cents!!!

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Old 4th December 2007, 17:15   #184
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It's not reflection. Number plate says that.
Besides glass panes sun film worked as a ND filter here.
Then how did I avoid all the steel bars behind the glass? But that's a good idea, I'll try it next time.

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It could be the reflection of a reflection too. My 2 cents!!!
Both of you got it right.

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Of course it can. But I've been to this location and this is how it is.

You've put in a doubt very nicely. Samurai, where are you?
I shot it as a reflection and posted it. Then I saw the SUZUKI in reverse, it didn't look nice. So I flipped the image horizontally and posted it again. Sorry for the confusion.
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Old 8th December 2007, 16:03   #185
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Old 15th December 2007, 00:20   #186
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I somehow like this shot, although it doesn't have any action, it is quietly menacing I feel.

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Then how did I avoid all the steel bars behind the glass? But that's a good idea, I'll try it next time.

Both of you got it right.

I shot it as a reflection and posted it. Then I saw the SUZUKI in reverse, it didn't look nice. So I flipped the image horizontally and posted it again. Sorry for the confusion.
Seriously where do you work???

That shot is a actual reflection shot off a building? Or am I missing something... If its off a building please share pics of the car with the building in background.
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Seriously where do you work???
It is not really a secret, I run a tiny software company in a scenic village. Many Team-BHPians have visited me here.

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That shot is a actual reflection shot off a building? Or am I missing something... If its off a building please share pics of the car with the building in background.
Yeah, you are not missing anything.

Parked in front of my office, shot by Rudra.


Rest you can see here: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...tml#post637352

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Here is another from Rudra's camera.

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The actual shot, it was taken with my friend's k750 mobile phone.



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This one look better in black and white, I feel.

Amazing one Samurai.....u inspire me a hell lot!
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Amazing one Samurai.....u inspire me a hell lot!
Yes, his entire location is inspiring indeed.
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Amazing one Samurai.....u inspire me a hell lot!
In this case I only provided the car and location, rest is Rudra.
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In this case I only provided the car and location, rest is Rudra.
Hats off to Rudra and u, keep clicking and providing
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i feel Motion blur is risky as Rudra said.
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