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|22nd October 2009, 11:48||#6826|
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Who am I to pass a comment? AWESOME...masterpiece..
|22nd October 2009, 16:35||#6828|
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I just got introduced to this thread by RJ and I'am in awe of the pics posted in the last few pages, will need to find some time to go through the remaining 450 pages
@riju - great pics as always
@TG - i loved the pic of A stream at Yosemite
@rudra sir - what can i say ..Picture Perfect..
Great Diwali shots everyone.
I dont have many outdoor shots my main subject now days in my kid.
here are two pics which i really like.
Gear: Nikon D50 with 50mm f1.8
MODS: please can you move this to the "The Official non-auto Image thread" i posted in the wrong one.
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|22nd October 2009, 18:58||#6829|
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Hey Riju, One suggestion, you need to straighten the horizon. The tilt is very much visible in all the shots. Other then that, I liked the 3rd shot for it's composition. Liked the view point of the 2nd one too but somehow feel that if rule of thirds has been used it would look much better.
TG, liked the last waterfall shot, it did looked like cloud is coming down as water. Previous one had a bad highlight in the water and it hurts the eyes.
Clever, that kid shot is very nice. So sweet..
PS: I want to share some pics here but after my Ladakh trip I'm not at all satisfied with any of my pics that I've taken after that trip. :-( And this is a bad sign it seems.
|22nd October 2009, 23:40||#6830|
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Thanks for the critique guys, I was having my midterms and I sort of hurried with my PP, that probably was the culprit.
Many Pros use frontal light, but they use soft light, so no hard highlights appear on the person. Also, it depends on the kind of shoot and the mood they want to create. Also, there are many so called pros, who do a not so good job when it comes to lighting.
|23rd October 2009, 12:16||#6838|
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Here are a few pics of my 10 month old Nephew taken from my P&S Canon(Damn, I need a good Camera ). No PP only a few crops
What Are you Doing?
I think this one can be cropped but I am unable to do a good job.
He was crying before & the moment I showed him camera he was ready for a pose
|23rd October 2009, 13:00||#6840|
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This honestly is gallery exhibition stuff.
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