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Old 13th January 2008, 08:05   #2401
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Dusk setting in.

Camera: Canon S5 IS
Awesome shot buddy. No wonder S5 IS is a great camera.
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Here's one from me after a loooooong time.

Nice work. Took me few secs to realise that it was guitar.
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Nice work. Took me few secs to realise that it was guitar.
Are you serious? know what I mean
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Old 13th January 2008, 09:23   #2404
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One of collegues Idol.

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Tried this on Marina beach with canon photo stitch and basic PS work as a part of teaching myself post proccessing. Not very happy with results though.

What are things to keep in mind when taking images to stitch? Had difficult time correcting different exposures in the images. Heard of mirror lock, Please help on use.

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Make sure you lock exposure(shutter speed and aperture).
No need for mirror lock unless your exposures are 1/5-5s in length, and a longish zoom is used
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Took this pic around Dusherra..

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Tried this on Marina beach with canon photo stitch and basic PS work as a part of teaching myself post proccessing. Not very happy with results though.

What are things to keep in mind when taking images to stitch? Had difficult time correcting different exposures in the images. Heard of mirror lock, Please help on use.
I dont find anything wrong with this pic. Everything is fine.
Things you need to remember before you start clicking pictures for panorama are
1. Try using tripod or make sure you pan in a straight line. Use horizon as the guide to keep paning in straight.
2. Try clickgin in Manual mode so that the setting wont change as you pan.
3. Use both PhotoStich and PhotoShop and check which one works better. for me PhotoShop works better.

Hope this helps.
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Took this pic around Dusherra..
Gettin ready for the kill.
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Old 13th January 2008, 22:28   #2410
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Old capture from Ladakh. Processed recently.
EOS 1Ds Mark II with 70-200, 2.8L @ 70mm.

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@Rudra: Amazing as always....love those clouds.
if you keep posting pictures like this, i might end up in Ladakh one day.

-- Torqy
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This angle is little confusing where did you take this picture from? I mean which place?
Read thru:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/travel...hyderabad.html (Ride to Durgam Chevuru Hyderabad.)

There are a few more pics in my gallery.
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Old capture from Ladakh. Processed recently.
EOS 1Ds Mark II with 70-200, 2.8L @ 70mm.
Awesome. Nothing can be compared with this one.
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Amazing picture Rudra. Would love to see pre and post processed picture next to each other to see how PP can do wonders
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Amazing picture Rudra. Would love to see pre and post processed picture next to each other to see how PP can do wonders
Yes, please Rudraji, it would be great to see a small snapshot of the actual image with the processed one. Some of the amazing images you have shown has pushed me to learn processing. Taking some classes from my Bro.

But I have restrained myself and will now want to learn more on composing and getting the actual image right.
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