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Old 11th November 2009, 17:02   #6991
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Not all old cameras give out great pics. Like not all classic cars are exotics .
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Yeah, then there is the problem of getting it developed. The quality of final photograph will be worse than mobile phone camera. Not worth the effort.
As for the development, well you have to do it your self. It would be easier if it is b&w film for DIY.

PS: I think its time, that we start a separate thread for film photography. I am sure many people would be interested!!!
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Black. White. And patch of grays in between.

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Thanks a lot JkDas and s0uljah for your comments..I am glad that you liked it.

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Ok, let me break this post into two posts. Kinda like sticking to one particular theme. The first set that I would like to present is called "Moments". The firt one is titled "Memories" and second one would be "Never alone". Both were a little over processed IMO, but I liked the end result, so I chose to stick to the processing. Let me know your thoughts.
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The first picture is called "Evil smile". Or that's what I could see in it's face. I like the second picture because of the dynamic colors near the eye. Again, comments and ways to improve are welcome. Thanks in advance.
Beautiful compositions brother.I have never and ever thought that lizards were so colorful...!! Really loved all the pictures,so finding it very hard to choose the best one :( .Thanks a lot for sharing


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Talking about shallow dof, last sunday I have coupled Helios 45 f2 in reverse hand held with Canon A610. The effect was kind of dreamy with a very shallow dof:

NOTE: In the last pic, the actual size of the flowers is around 5 mm. So you can imagine what could be the size of the dew drops!!!

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Beautiful shots my friend..The second shot is my favorite

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Black. White. And patch of grays in between.

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Excellent B/W shot Rudra Sir..Monochrome rocks..!!

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Old 12th November 2009, 09:39   #6994
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Seems like I've not posted for a long time (actually don't have much to share too).So here is a coupler ;-)

Let's Go to School again..
This one I liked specially due to the lighting and the kids waiting to get a bus to go to school,
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Ok, let me break this post into two posts. Kinda like sticking to one particular theme. The first set that I would like to present is called "Moments". The firt one is titled "Memories" and second one would be "Never alone". Both were a little over processed IMO, but I liked the end result, so I chose to stick to the processing. Let me know your thoughts.
These are some great shots mates. I liked them very much.

@Hw: Is that the lighting or the vignetting added by you while you post processed?

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Old 12th November 2009, 11:36   #6995
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Rudra Sir,

Awesome shot. Love the mood and the composition. Very beautiful. TFS!

Thank you Klub Class and Clevermax for liking the pictures.

Clevermax,
If you are talking about the shoes and "never alone" shot, I did not use flash for either of the shots. I wasn't carrying any actually. It was the result of post processing using a filter called Nik Color Efex pro 3.0. Let me know if you need more details on how I processed it.
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Old 13th November 2009, 13:22   #6996
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After Stumbling upon this thread, I thought I'd add my 2 cents worth.
I'm by no means a professional, but do enjoy taking a few pics.

Pic 1. Windsor Castle
Pic 2. DT London
Pic 3. Trip to Kullu/Manali
Pic 4. Early AM in Glasgow
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After Stumbling upon this thread, I thought I'd add my 2 cents worth.
I'm by no means a professional, but do enjoy taking a few pics.

Pic 1. Windsor Castle
Pic 2. DT London
Pic 3. Trip to Kullu/Manali
Pic 4. Early AM in Glasgow


Those pictures are awesome!!! Fantastic composition, lovely crisp shots, real professional skill.

A couple from me:

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Great Shots Stumpz.

Here is a couple from last year, a Kitchen from a 200 year old house. Both shot handheld in ISO2000 at 1/6 and 1/2 second respectively.



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Visited a School on Friday:

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No PP done except for adding watermark and resizing in picasa!
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After Stumbling upon this thread, I thought I'd add my 2 cents worth.
I'm by no means a professional, but do enjoy taking a few pics.

Pic 1. Windsor Castle
Pic 2. DT London
Pic 3. Trip to Kullu/Manali
Pic 4. Early AM in Glasgow
Stumpz,I really loved all the shots,they looks like professional snaps.The second picture is my pick.The B/W processing is really doing wonders there..Keep Clicking

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Those pictures are awesome!!! Fantastic composition, lovely crisp shots, real professional skill.

A couple from me:

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Beautiful night shots my friend.Lovely lights there

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Great Shots Stumpz.

Here is a couple from last year, a Kitchen from a 200 year old house. Both shot handheld in ISO2000 at 1/6 and 1/2 second respectively.
Beautiful composition Samurai,I love the first picture very much.I love the way sunlight enters the frame..Happy Clicking

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You have got beautiful moments and snaps there.I enjoyed going through all your shots from the school.Nostalgic captures.Miss my childhood days :(

Here is a one from my side :-

* Taken using Sony Cybershot DSC W-35
* Added the watermark and tweaked the colors a bit in Picasa
* Captured from our garden

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All your comments and critics are welcome

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Here is a couple from last year, a Kitchen from a 200 year old house. Both shot handheld in ISO2000 at 1/6 and 1/2 second respectively.
Sharath, first shot is too good. Just love it.

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Wow..! some lovely shots in this thread lately..!

@stumpz: I liked the third one (snow) especially.
@wheeler: The first shot of yours is really good.
@Klub: Liked the compo.



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Thanks Klub Class and Krishna. At ISO2000 and 1/6sec I didn't really expect much when I composed it, but it turned out good enough.

Clevermax: That's a very nice composition with nice OOF background. The exposure too sets the mood. Have you tried BW treatment?
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Clevermax: That's a very nice composition with nice OOF background. The exposure too sets the mood. Have you tried BW treatment?
Thanks Samurai. Here's a b/w I tried. I like the semi-sepia one posted above more than this...

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@Pulsar 56, nice candid shots of the kids in that school. Most of the pictures have come out really well. Which school is it? Why did you go there? Planning to join school again?

@Clevermax, I liked the color one over the b/w treated one. Nice shot
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