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Old 27th October 2008, 22:24   #4171
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Sorry, but no. From my experience I know the multimedia content in IE is different (more optimized I guess), but I don't know exactly how it does that.

All I was saying it comparing performance in IE is not an accurate way of looking at things, again, from my experience.
Okay. I wasn't comparing different viewers. My point was just that a jpeg image saved using Adobe RGB colorspace shows up differently in different software, in the monitor itself. As Rehan said, browsers like IE can't show exactly what you saw in Windows Photo Gallery for example, if you saved a jpeg using Adobe RGB colorspace.

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Old 30th October 2008, 11:55   #4174
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The 3rd Pic was a try at catching a bird at flight. Not able to get the desired result but was for sure a try.
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Old 30th October 2008, 16:30   #4176
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All clicked in manual mode f5.6/shutter speed 10' Raw.
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Nice pictures Prajeep, which camera? I assume you took these pictures with a tripod from the terrace?

Also, how come with 10 seconds? i thought they dont last more than a few seconds?
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Also, how come with 10 seconds? i thought they dont last more than a few seconds?
Shutter was open for 10 seconds.
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Nice pictures Prajeep, which camera? I assume you took these pictures with a tripod from the terrace?

Also, how come with 10 seconds? i thought they dont last more than a few seconds?
Its a D60, not on terrace but on the terrace there is a staircase room climbed it with a help of ladder

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Hell bent on shooting Fireworks on the eve of Lakshmi-pujan, this is all i managed.

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none of the photos are sharp, as in the dark i couldn't get the focus right ( finally set it out to infinity, and clicked ). Also, even after using a tripod, i couldn't manage any steady shots - as i clicked these from a Bridge which vibrates to an extent of the vibrations being visible in the photos.

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Old 31st October 2008, 02:38   #4181
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A Bugs Life....Literally.

I just bought a camera yesteday(finally) and this random picture clicking madness has already begun.

Tips From the Pros PLEASSSEE!! i cant go any closer than 5-6 inches and this REALLY frustrates me!! Anywyas, The Camera is a Kodak V1273 12MP TouchScreen Camera.
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A Bugs Life....Literally.

I just bought a camera yesteday(finally) and this random picture clicking madness has already begun.

Tips From the Pros PLEASSSEE!! i cant go any closer than 5-6 inches and this REALLY frustrates me!! Anywyas, The Camera is a Kodak V1273 12MP TouchScreen Camera.
You must have a close up / macro setting preset, where you have a sign of a flower, put it on that and click away. I hope that's it.
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Aakkulam Lake, Trivandrum, Kerala. This is a beautiful place with lots of backwaters. This picture is taken from the bottom of the bridge on the NH 47 highway bypass. The best thing about this place is, it's just 10 minutes walk from my home!

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Aakkulam Lake, Trivandrum, Kerala. This is a beautiful place with lots of backwaters. This picture is taken from the bottom of the bridge on the NH 47 highway bypass. The best thing about this place is, it's just 10 minutes walk from my home!
Nice composition and great location clevermax, quite picturesque. Infact, clouds and water with that greenary backdrop can give a great HDR shot.
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Nice composition and great location clevermax, quite picturesque. Infact, clouds and water with that greenary backdrop can give a great HDR shot.
Thanks deetee. This is just a single shot, taken with my Sony Alpha 200. I am still learning how to produce decent looking HDR shots.. :(
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