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Old 25th May 2010, 11:47   #9031
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I loved that road shot!

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Old 25th May 2010, 12:36   #9032
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Clicked this during my recent photowalk around cp:
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Beautiful shot, Preetam.
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Lovely shot Preetam, how you got that golden effect ?
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On Preetam's behalf : I am not very sure what led to that golden colour, but all I can say that a little play with sliders, and an overcast sky at dusk never harmed anyone!
Shaju here is your answer.^^

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preetam good shot man. Here's rural India , still using the primitive method for farming.
Thank you Riju. I love that rural India shot bro. Very nice...

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Beautiful!

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Clicked this during my recent photowalk around cp:
Very nice play with lights and colour, but what are these? Blinds?
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Old 25th May 2010, 13:33   #9034
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Swamy- try a B&W for this one and post. It should look equally awesome.
Tried anna, never looked all that great. I would have had to add the sepia tone to it, but doesn't do justice to the feel of the image.

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Thanks mukul. I love the posters there behind him, fits the bill perfectly.BTW that bicycle , where are the brakes ?
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Old 25th May 2010, 13:40   #9035
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A flower shot from my home garden.

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Very nice play with lights and colour, but what are these? Blinds?
I am glad you liked the picture, these are the pillars of one of the corridors of Cannaught place.
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Old 25th May 2010, 13:55   #9037
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@Riju
I just noticed it now! I have no clue! haha!

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Old 25th May 2010, 13:58   #9038
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I just noticed it now! I have no clue! haha!
Guys i think this one has a pedel lock like the BMX. There will not be any free-wheeling!
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I just noticed it now! I have no clue! haha!

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I thought you PS'ed the breakes out Nice shot, saw already in flickr!
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Riju, that shot was like a real 'piece of village life' ! Which gear are you using ? Why dont we meet up on a weekend ? I love to take some advises from you.

TG, both shots are lovely. I liked the 'smoke break' one, may be because I am not a great fan of B&W !

Jac, are you doing any PP on your shots ? I feel you can bring more vibrance to your shots by doing bit of PP work. Here is an example of your above pic, not a perfect one, as I am also a learner !
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Old 25th May 2010, 15:06   #9041
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I am glad you liked the picture, these are the pillars of one of the corridors of Cannaught place.
Thanks bro!
Now its all clear, you turned the image by 90 dgrees!
Very nice!

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@preetam: Superb captures of Victoria, this and the last one!

OT: Have you moved to Kol now?
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@preetam: No offense but that photo looks sort of overdone.. Darker areas are just black too.
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Nice shot. Guess that's an RE train and you shot it while coming down from the upper deck...?

I once happened to travel in an IC train first class, guess what there was nobody traveling in first class in that coach, so I went into the board-bistro and was talking to him!

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Nice shot Clever, after travelling to Indian trains, when I travelled first time, it was like dream to me. Big windows, comfirt seats, AC, heater and very silent.

Soon I am visiting the place, from where I can shot the train going through the mountains.

OT: Coming 12th I got a ticket for ICE train to Hamburg
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Old 25th May 2010, 15:22   #9045
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@preetam: Superb captures of Victoria, this and the last one!

OT: Have you moved to Kol now?
Thank you Praful!
OT : No, I havent moved to Kolkata permanently, just here for the internships.
Will return on 16th of june.

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@preetam: No offense but that photo looks sort of overdone.. Darker areas are just black too.
None taken brother.
I was indeed going to ask you how to improve that.
Please PM me you mail id,if thats not a problem, we can talk via IM.
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