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Old 13th January 2005, 21:12   #136
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Twin towers. Looked interesting



Shot because Liked the composition.
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Hey Rudra,

Love the second shot above!

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I'm with rehaan on that. I love the 2nd shot Rudra. Something about all those lines and colours...amazing eye you got there!
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rtech, looks like you have a special passion for dramatic sky. Great stuff.
This is where digital scores. You wouldn't have got this tonal range from a normal scan.

One small suggestion. Try to incorporate some object (standing vertically). breaking the horizontal line (like horizon) in your picture.

Not giving gayn but it really helps
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Old 19th January 2005, 01:18   #141
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WHOA RTECH!!!

That is a spectacular picture!!! the sky is amazing and the clouds have so much volume!!! Plus when you realise where the picture is taken it becomes so much more spectacular (atleast for bombayites)

Rudra's peice of advice about breaking the horizon is an interesting alternative viewpoint....give that a shot sometime. Also try setting your ISO a bit lower if possible since the noise is a bit distracting (just above the horizon).

nice stuff!
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One small suggestion. Try to incorporate some object (standing vertically). breaking the horizontal line (like horizon) in your picture.
Will try that next time thanks! But why vertical? I would have thought horizontal would be better?

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lol...thats what I started this thread for!

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Also try setting your ISO a bit lower if possible since the noise is a bit distracting (just above the horizon).
Rehaan, the ISO was set at 50, the lowest possible. Can't help that noise I guess, low light shots are this camera's weakness.
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a GIRL-friend of mine took this pic, liked the colors, so just took it

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Wildlife Photography


Going around in circles.


The roof of In Orbit.

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Here's an almost 360 deg view of our main hall in Hubli. Need to add 2 more frames, but this is good enuf i guess.

360 Deg view

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Here's a night shot of the new Sheraton Hotel at
Parel.



Here's a close up.

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Here is a shot of the Queens necklace at Nariman Point



This is a shot of my building swimming pool




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Dippy, what's that dark mass on Queens necklace shot?
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Dippy, what's that dark mass on Queens necklace shot?
Oh cmon Rudra cant you tell from the shape of that mass ??


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Ok, let me change that. Who's that dark mass?
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