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Old 21st January 2008, 19:14   #2446
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My contribution for today :-

Sunset pic at Shamirpet Lake
Focal Length: 18mm
Exposure: 1/200
F-Stop: F/16
ISO: 100


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Old 21st January 2008, 19:28   #2447
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Lots of sunrise/set pics. Couple from my side...





Some amount of level touching done. 30d, tokina 124.
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Old 21st January 2008, 20:53   #2448
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Wow..its sunrise time in tbhp. beautiful compositions.

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Old 21st January 2008, 21:15   #2449
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Beautiful pictures.. !
Its amazing to see so many hues & shades of the rising sun. I think I know what I need to start doing from tomorrow..
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Old 21st January 2008, 22:28   #2450
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Damn, wish I could shoot moon like this. The best moon shot I have seen.

Moon tonight with E-3 & new scope [Page 1]: Olympus SLR Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review
Yes, Samurai....that's the BEST moon shot. I don't even want to think about the one i shot a few weeks back.

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One Sunrise shot from me too, after a short gap.
That's a nice Thrissur sunrise. In this part of the world, the sun rises earlier than me. Hence no sunrise shots from my side.

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Mansidea
Fantastic sunrise shot.
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Old 22nd January 2008, 15:47   #2452
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That's a nice Thrissur sunrise. In this part of the world, the sun rises earlier than me. Hence no sunrise shots from my side.

Sunsets are made for you.

Thanks Torqy & KPzen.
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The moon caught my attention very much today as I was driving back home from work. The result:

Canon S5 IS

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The moon caught my attention very much today as I was driving back home from work. The result: Canon S5 IS
Nice. Change to spot metering. The results will be real good!
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rr_zen : The moon caught my attention very much today as I was driving back home from work.
CrAzY dRiVeR : Nice. Change to spot metering. The results will be real good!
Try it at twilight, in manual mode if possible (experiment with exposure times). Some editing should help you get more details than a plain contrast pic that comes through once it gets dark.
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Nice. Change to spot metering. The results will be real good!
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Try it at twilight, in manual mode if possible (experiment with exposure times). Some editing should help you get more details than a plain contrast pic that comes through once it gets dark.
Thanks for the tips guys ! I am still learning to experiment with the manual modes. Hope to graduate soon.
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I had posted this in my travelogue recently.

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Old 23rd January 2008, 23:44   #2458
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The moon caught my attention very much today as I was driving back home from work. The result:
Canon S5 IS
Perfect timing, there were atleast two people shooting the moon that day from Bangalore!

I think if you underexpose a bit and you can get more detail.

I tried a moon shot with a 50mm lens (when I was shooting the second image below) and this is what I ended up with (cropped heavily). The 12x of S5 will really bring the moon much closer !



There was a really nice procession (Banashankari temple Bangalore) going on yesterday. I managed a few shots, but couldnt get the position right though.





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Thats a super shot!
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Everybody posting moon shots now. Here goes one from my side.

Checking for signs of life on the moon.

Handheld ( :( ), Canon S5 IS.
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Everybody posting moon shots now. Here goes one from my side.

Checking for signs of life on the moon.

Handheld ( :( ), Canon S5 IS.
Hey CD, thats a wonderful shot. What were the settings for this ? And did you edit the image in any way after it was shot ?

On a lighter side, did you find any signs of life at all ?
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