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Old 31st May 2010, 22:41   #9151
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Nice one TG, looks like the brotherhoods(sisterhood) of harlem


Taken with a P&S long time ago.

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Old 1st June 2010, 01:01   #9152
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Bandhav,

I love your compositions. Good work bro.
Thanks Bro, I hope I will be able to learn a lot in the company of all you great photographers.

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Nice pictures there BANDHAV, TG, Slice, Sudipto .
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Lovely last page, thanks to TG, HW, Pramodkumar, Bandhav, and Clevermax.
Thanks and great pano there, though I will always prefer to have a UWA lens rather then creating a pano which requires hell lot of patience.

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Bandhav, your images have some kind of life throughout, I like the composition a lot. The 'steps' (with the red light on top) is my best pick so far. Keep it up !
I am overwhelmed bro, thanks a lot.

Here is one recent click.

Life is calling-"Run" for it.
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Old 1st June 2010, 02:39   #9153
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Nice one TG, looks like the brotherhoods(sisterhood) of harlem
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Haha, thank you.

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@TG: What's the story behind your last three pics?
These are images shot at a dance event here in San Francisco. I was covering the event. It was the worst lit event I had ever photographed, and that too with no flash. Learnt quite a lot that night!

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Old 1st June 2010, 09:33   #9154
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It's a beetle. I spotted it by chance on a flower and it was pretty inactive or rather very slow. After I tried all my experiments on it, it suddenly became active and flew away!
Thats funny. Tails of damselfly was out of focus, is it intentional (out of my curiosity)?
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Old 1st June 2010, 10:48   #9155
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Some from the nature

An juvenile Agama (Shot with Sigma 70-300 APO Macro)
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Old 1st June 2010, 11:11   #9156
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Lovely Pano ! Victoria memorial right ?

Here are two shots from my Calcutta trip taken last week.
Sealdah railway station, 6 second exposure
Thank you!
Yes, it is the Victoria memorial and if you squint your eyes, you may just be able to capture the Vidyasagar Setu, off center to the right.
By the way, why dont you tone down the brightness of the sealdah shot? Its got an eerie feel to it and may work wonders with the right kind of PP.
The Vidyasagar Setu is beautiful!

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Amazing TG, looks like you had a very tough time with your camera to produce those shots!

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Ok, so for all the folks who want to know what the beetle looked like, here's a better photograph. Kindly pardon the shoddy pp (read as too lazy to clone out the red line!) . Also, adding a couple of more shots that I got yesterday from Hebbal.
Very nice image of the bug, but why is the face outta focus?


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Some lovely shots in the last few pages. Posting after a long time.
And an absolutely stunning post at that!
Cheers!

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^^ @ Hellwrath , -Gs-
Nice Macro's !

here's one of my favorite shots..
Very nice mood!
I'd name it "Poets of the Fall"

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Nice one TG, looks like the brotherhoods(sisterhood) of harlem
Taken with a P&S long time ago.
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Very nice one Pramod!

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Thanks and great pano there, though I will always prefer to have a UWA lens rather then creating a pano which requires hell lot of patience.
You're welcome. I dont know what a UWA lens is brother. I'm yet to delve into DSLR territory.

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Here is one recent click.
Life is calling-"Run" for it.
This is a very nice shot!
Blurriness of the runner is very symbolic to me. Life drains out, even then you run for what you are losing!

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Some from the nature

An juvenile Agama (Shot with Sigma 70-300 APO Macro)

Bee eater singing

Tigress
Thats a very sharp lens you got there bro!
Nice shot of the tigress!

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Old 1st June 2010, 11:21   #9157
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That's looking out towards the racecourse from the Victoria - lovely shot/composition and PP Preetam. I am also floored by the images of CP. I think you guys should post some equipment details if not the exif data.
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Old 1st June 2010, 11:33   #9158
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Some from the nature
Just loved the second shot.

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You're welcome. I dont know what a UWA lens is brother. I'm yet to delve into DSLR territory.
Ultra Wide Angle, e.g 10-22mm from Canon or 10-20mm & 8-16mm from Sigma, and i just love the distortion and resulting drama which these lens create.

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This is a very nice shot!
Blurriness of the runner is very symbolic to me. Life drains out, even then you run for what you are losing!
I am glad you liked it.

Liked last shot of yous a lot.

PS: The following image is clicked at 10mm (17mm effective with my 1000D) with a Canon 10-22mm lens.
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A random shot of a wild flower...
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Nice one of the bridge!
Regards,
TG.
Thanks ! Nice shots, look straight out of a movie.

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Thank you!
Yes, it is the Victoria memorial and if you squint your eyes, you may just be able to capture the Vidyasagar Setu, off center to the right.
By the way, why dont you tone down the brightness of the sealdah shot? Its got an eerie feel to it and may work wonders with the right kind of PP.
The Vidyasagar Setu is beautiful!

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Thanks ! , yeah thats is what i thought, this pic is totally untouched as of now, working on it
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Bigbazar was attacked by a school of fish this morning !
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These are images shot at a dance event here in San Francisco. I was covering the event. It was the worst lit event I had ever photographed, and that too with no flash. Learnt quite a lot that night!
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So you could take advantage of your camera's outstanding high ISO capabilities!

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Some from the nature
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I perfect 'prey' for a sharp lens and it is perfectly eaten!

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Bigbazar was attacked by a school of fish this morning !
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looks like an underwater super market

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Old 1st June 2010, 13:06   #9163
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A random shot of a wild flower...
Hey VTEC is this the same place shown in the below snap? On the way to Pykara?

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Hey VTEC is this the same place shown in the below snap? On the way to Pykara?
Bingo! Sure is the same place.
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Sorry for posting external link, here is a darker version with a bit more color.

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