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Old 2nd March 2011, 15:02   #2731
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Old 2nd March 2011, 16:12   #2732
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Took this snap in my colony. Equipment used:
Noticed something interesting - the grill pattern on the 1969 1100 Delight and the present day Grande Punto are the same!! Both are timeless beauties as well!

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Noticed something interesting - the grill pattern on the 1969 1100 Delight and the present day Grande Punto are the same!! Both are timeless beauties as well!
In fact if you see it more carefully, just do a slight pinching of front view of 1100 in photoshop and you get a Punto.
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Noticed something interesting - the grill pattern on the 1969 1100 Delight and the present day Grande Punto are the same!! Both are timeless beauties as well!
+1 clevermax

the one on the 1100d is a Chromodora

you didnot like the grill on my car? :(

@ Rudra da - if you notice - i entirely got rid of the aftermarket side clearance indicators (which was broken when you were here) - shot was taken by Rudra da

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@ Rudra da - if you notice - i entirely got rid of the aftermarket side clearance indicators (which was broken when you were here)
Noticed and this is looking better according to me..
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I have been lurking around the several photography threads on Team BHP for quite a while now, and I am truly impressed by the quality of the pictures.

While I am a little bit intimidated by the high standards, here are a few shots of my Vette, taken a few months ago with my ancient Sony DSC-F828, and with no post-processing other than resizing.

Constructive criticisms and suggestion welcome!
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I have been lurking around the several photography threads on Team BHP for quite a while now, and I am truly impressed by the quality of the pictures.

While I am a little bit intimidated by the high standards, here are a few shots of my Vette, taken a few months ago with my ancient Sony DSC-F828, and with no post-processing other than resizing.

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Nice pictures VCheng !

The pictures looks bit over sharpened to me.
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I have been lurking around the several photography threads on Team BHP for quite a while now, and I am truly impressed by the quality of the pictures.

While I am a little bit intimidated by the high standards, here are a few shots of my Vette, taken a few months ago with my ancient Sony DSC-F828, and with no post-processing other than resizing.

Constructive criticisms and suggestion welcome!
Very nice output from the camera. Does it have an HDR / dynamic range optimization mode or something?
I think this camera is much better & versatile than those entry level DSLRs with only the 18-55 lens.

I liked the third picture, and the car of course!

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Nice pictures VCheng !

The pictures looks bit over sharpened to me.
Thanks for the comments. I just used IrfanView to reduce the size and that is probably what is causing the aliasing in the diagonal lines. If you can suggest another way to reduce the size that would improve the output for displaying here, I would be grateful.

I hope to be able to slowly optimize my photos for TBHP, given that I generally do not like to post process.

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Very nice output from the camera. Does it have an HDR / dynamic range optimization mode or something?
I think this camera is much better & versatile than those entry level DSLRs with only the 18-55 lens.

I liked the third picture, and the car of course!
This Sony does not have any HDR optimization. I have used this one for many years and agree it is indeed a fairly good camera. I still prefer it for its handy size and performance combination compared to my Nikon DSLR or the little Canon P&S that I carry for quick shots.

Thanks for the comments. I love the car too! The sunrise shots were taken at Beartooth Pass while the snow shots are at Logan's Pass, both in Montana.
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Okay, let me try another photo a different way and please do comment on how this comes out:
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This interior pic was taken, by fellow member Anvancy during the recent Pune Meet. He has taken a lot of photos of the car and shall upload them as and when i can.

I hope interiors of cars are also allowed in this segment.
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Beautiful photos. I like img_2441 very much. delight is superb. please capture some more pics of this beauty

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Shot en route to Nelliampathy hills, Kerala.

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