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Old 15th December 2007, 20:51   #2146
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Old 15th December 2007, 23:12   #2147
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The silhoutte of the Burj Al Arab in Dubai. Although most of it was blocked by other buildings.



Another shot of the Burj al Arab...
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Old 16th December 2007, 03:32   #2148
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Old 16th December 2007, 10:04   #2149
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Guys, why not we start adding some details about the camera & locations etc to our posts here ?
Thanks man. Thats a great idea !

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Awesome pic there !!
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Old 16th December 2007, 12:22   #2150
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Sunday is the only time to process almost two years old images.

After Gata loop (Jammu & Kashmir) and to Baralacha pass.



Sarchu afternoon.

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Sunday is the only time to process almost two years old images.
Great shots, but you took two years to catch up with it?

Please don't take that long to process the shots from herelease:


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Great shots, but you took two years to catch up with it?
It works in a way Samurai. All the raw images are on DVD and taking time to select and process them help. I've no pressure to finish them a hurry.

Your GV images are ready. My blank DVD stock is coming tomorrow. You'll get them soon.

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Your GV images are ready. My blank DVD stock is coming tomorrow. You'll get them soon.
Looking forward to the pics... In the Auto- Image thread.
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Old 16th December 2007, 16:24   #2155
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Sunday is the only time to process almost two years old images.

After Gata loop (Jammu & Kashmir) and to Baralacha pass.


Sarchu afternoon.
Awesome shots buddy. EOS?

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All the raw images are on DVD and taking time to select and process them help
I use External Hard Disk. Its rare that I shoot in RAW. I never process/edit my pictures

How many EOS users over here?

Think Samurai and Rudra Sen use EOS.

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Think Samurai and Rudra Sen use EOS.
How did you figure out? Besides, EOS is a wide classifiction, all Canon SLRs (film and digital) are EOS. Can you nail the exact one?
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How did you figure out? Besides, EOS is a wide classifiction, all Canon SLRs (film and digital) are EOS. Can you nail the exact one?
Yeah thats the secrect all Canon's SLRs are EOS :P. Lens helped me decide that its a Canon Do you use battery grip? cuz I find your cam to be bigger as compared to entery level Canon SLRs so it sud be 30D or above.
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Sunday is the only time to process almost two years old images.
Rudraji, just one word... Mindblowing!!!

I wouldn't mind waiting 2 years to see such awesome snaps.
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How did you figure out? Besides, EOS is a wide classifiction, all Canon SLRs (film and digital) are EOS. Can you nail the exact one?
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Yeah thats the secrect all Canon's SLRs are EOS :P. Lens helped me decide that its a Canon Do you use battery grip? cuz I find your cam to be bigger as compared to entery level Canon SLRs so it sud be 30D or above.
It's becoming very difficult to keep quiet.



@Rudra Sen: How do you get to all these right places at the right time with the right lighting with the right background? Huh..


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Yeah thats the secrect all Canon's SLRs are EOS :P. Lens helped me decide that its a Canon
Canon Electro Optical System. Or you can simply call it EOS as greek god of light.
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Do you use battery grip? cuz I find your cam to be bigger as compared to entery level Canon SLRs so it sud be 30D or above.
This question is for whom? Me or Samurai?
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