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Old 22nd November 2007, 23:30   #1891
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What's the best way to crop this shot?

just love it as it is.
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Old 23rd November 2007, 10:16   #1892
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  • Location: Harihar on banks of river Tungabhadra in Karnataka.
  • All pics shot on Nikon Coolpix 3200.
  • Shot in colour and turned monochrome with Irfanview. Also resized on the same software
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Can you post the colour version of Number 1,3 and 4 pls. I like number 6 . Can you post the original uncropped version of this

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Old 23rd November 2007, 12:03   #1893
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Default Tried some street photography

Meet Chandini from Orrisa. Want to know how she makes a living? Continue watching......



See for yourself..




Getting on to the Act










Mother and Brother watch from below




A rag picker sitting close by totally separated from the balancing act happening near him.
Fully engrossed in his work trying to balance his life.


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Old 23rd November 2007, 12:29   #1894
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my contribution for the day



camera : ixy digital 10000

waiting for expert comments...
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Initial pics that i have clicked with my 400D. click on the image to view larger image.

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Old 23rd November 2007, 22:06   #1896
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Let do one thing, post your most viewed pic till date. Its kinda easy if you have your pics on Flickr.

Here is my most viewed pic.

Views: 238

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@guyonblackybx: Brilliant shots!

How did you time them?
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Wow. Amazing effect.....

Let me know if my guess on how you shot this is right. You put an object into a glass or bowl of water and click through it.
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Old 23rd November 2007, 22:37   #1899
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1/8 shutter speed ..f/3.2.. ISO 400 ...Canon S5 IS

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Old 23rd November 2007, 22:45   #1900
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check this out

Benjamin Krain - Photojournalist

i stumbled upon (StumbleUpon » Welcome to StumbleUpon) this sight and was mightily impressed. just thought of sharing it with you guys.

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@guyonblackybx: Brilliant shots!

How did you time them?
Trick i have used here is flash. I cliked these pics in my bathroom. Its kinda small in size and dark so i had to and i was just trying out my camera and lens Sigma 70-300mm DG Macro. I always dreamt of clicking these kind of pics since i saw a program on DD presented by Nat Geo, I was in 8th class then.


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Wow. Amazing effect.....

Let me know if my guess on how you shot this is right. You put an object into a glass or bowl of water and click through it.
First one was clicked using a Blue drum. I let water drop into the drum

For the yellow one I have used a yellow Tupperware box.

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Benjamin Krain - Photojournalist

i stumbled upon (StumbleUpon Welcome to StumbleUpon) this sight and was mightily impressed. just thought of sharing it with you guys.

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Amazing and touching thanks for sharing.
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1/8 shutter speed ..f/3.2.. ISO 400 ...Canon S5 IS
Did you used tripod or shot it handheld? am kinda confused cus i dun see any blur.

Thats an awesome cam man. Keep clicking
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thats a handheld shot..my hands were steady..i guess the IS also helps.
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Who needs IS / VR when you have STEADY hands like this?

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