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Old 11th March 2006, 22:32   #346
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Old 11th March 2006, 22:53   #347
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Hey Steeroid, something tells me ties an semi-automatics don't get along too well. How do they take to westernised face of customer service? Do they like to end every conversation with "Have a nice day?"
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Old 11th March 2006, 23:21   #348
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Some pics i took in Mangalore :




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Old 12th March 2006, 03:10   #349
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first hand experience with my canon S2 IS. still learning.

stitched images, from our patio. seams are visible :( .


Hey,

The canon stitching software is VERY GOOD when it comes to lining up the pics.
In the pic you posted you could barely see the stitching (it was made more obvious since there was that continuous horizontal line along the pic (the fence).)

When shooting for a panorama, just double check that you are holding the camera perfectly horizontal as little variations do show up.

Liked the pigeons shot! Waiting to buy myself an S3 IS (who knows when!..but im still waiting!)!

Khanak, hillarious set of pics!

Binz, what camera are you using? i liked the first of the middle 3 flower pics.

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ps - vivekiny2k - Try using the 0cm macro on the S2 and post up some pics! (the object can be so close as to actually be touching the front most lens!)
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like this?


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Old 14th March 2006, 12:46   #351
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like this?



Nice!
Would have turned out even nicer with some better natural light... (this looks like it was taken indoors near a window or should i say "windows"?)

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Old 14th March 2006, 18:35   #352
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Tried some Silhouette shots at lonavala

Using Olympus C-350


Using Panasonic Handycam GS35


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Nice!
Would have turned out even nicer with some better natural light... (this looks like it was taken indoors near a window or should i say "windows"?)

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the problem is the light for sure. it was taken outside, in the patio. but the light is blocked by the camera itself, not the walls.
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but the light is blocked by the camera itself, not the walls.
Hence the invention of the macro ring, just fyi. Not suggesting you buy it.

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amateur pics of my home....





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View from my Window,


Closeup of a Cake


I liked this picture


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I wonder whether to call it auto or non-auto! (count the number of autos in here)

Nevermind .. see the panorama with a twist...

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catch of the day



and guess what is this?

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The old with the new:



Some pix from North Sikkim:





and here is a tribute to the Lord Bachhus

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@abhi182:

Liked the smirnoff pic..
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