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Old 15th May 2006, 18:15   #436
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As I walked home yesterday from work, my path was lit by the moon. That was enough for me to go for a hour long photosession of the moon.
That's a beautiful shot of the moon samurai, give us some details of the shot please!!!
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Old 15th May 2006, 18:41   #437
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hey nice pic TributE

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This one's for u GTO

Nice pics there manticore....

@ Samurai... lovely pic of the moon...
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Just tried doing something......managed this......
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That's a beautiful shot of the moon samurai, give us some details of the shot please!!!
Thanks! Details, you mean like exif info? Sure.

Here is a couple more where the moon looks like the sun.

Aperture: f/4.5
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 150mm
Exposure Time: 5s (5/1)





Aperture: f/4.5
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 150mm
Exposure Time: 1.3s (13/10)



And this final one which looks very different... crazy shades with wash out effect.

Aperture: f/8.0
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 150mm
Exposure Time: 4s (4/1)

All taken using Olympus E-500 dSLR

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Thanks a lot Samurai, that's exactly what i asked for!!!
I'm experimenting with my camera too you see!!!
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Amazing shots Samurai san.
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, can I tease you. its you and....ok me
Not a problem at all, jkdas. There are lots of monkeys around Tidel Park and thus quite some photo-ops, during the coffee break.

@Samurai; nice snaps you got there.

This is a funny one.

My 1.5 year old niece was doing this funny pose and by the time I ran to get the camera, she wouldn't do it again. Had to pose like that myself many times before she got the hint and obliged me.

P.S. : Anyone has any idea why the thumbnail is not clickable (to get a bigger version of the pic) ? The imageshack thing has me going crazy.

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use the link for forums
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P.S. : Anyone has any idea why the thumbnail is not clickable (to get a bigger version of the pic) ? The imageshack thing has me going crazy.
Hey Supremebaleno,

Check Out Link..
When you upload photo and post link to Team-Bhp use Thumbnail for forums link.

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Old 17th May 2006, 07:29   #445
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Took this pick when i was at Mt.Rainier, WA over the week end.

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FX Audio - JBL Store at Crossroads. ( Last few weeks, shifting out of there now)
The kid is Hussain, a DJ and pro sound consultant for our company and the disapproving guy is resident Sound Engineer Keegan.
I love this picture so i thought I'd share it.

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nice pics there posted by everyone.. here's some interesting ones from me

camera is my old sony digi cam that uses floppy for storage.. not even 1 MP res.. think its 640*480.. one of the first digi cams to come out here.. had got it for $500 in 2000.. hardly use it anymore.. high-time I get a new one..


skydiving in boston-providence




with punks at sfo


in hollywood with look-alikes


parasailing in miami


seattle - mount rainier and space needle




co-piloting a cessna 150




water-rafting in wisconsin.. me right at the back.. friend's camera..


cn tower in toronto.. see-through section on the floor in the observation deck skypod..




toronto mall


cheers.
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Hi,

I went to Nainital last week-end; and trekked to Cheena Peak. The view of Nainital from there was magnificient. I clicked this photo on my D50 -



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I went to Nainital last week-end; and trekked to Cheena Peak. The view of Nainital from there was magnificient. I clicked this photo on my D50 -



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Awesome view... but jeez...what was your cam on ? ISO 1600 ??

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It was on ISO 200, aperture - f/7.1, shutter speed - 1/400 sec, focal length - 22mm (33 mm in 35mm equivalent), rest all auto. Why did you ask? The noise, I guess, is because of higher compression needed to post on web.

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