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Old 17th June 2010, 14:07   #9346
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My black and white obsession continues...
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Old 17th June 2010, 14:09   #9347
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Nice shot, Update the landscape HDR & Automotive shots here
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Beautiful. Last couple of pages have many b/w shots! Is this b/w obsession that contagious?

@ajay_mathew: Nice shots. Wish the train shot contained the backside of the coach completely from a little more distance.
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@jacs: A polarizer is nothing but a filter which filters a beam of light with mixed polarization into a light beam with polarization in one particular angle.

Since most of the reflected light is polarized into one well defined angle, we can cut the reflected light using a polarizer. This is one use of a polarizer. Sky can be made to look a bit more darker and deep blue using a CPL, since it can cut the polarized component of light thereby increasing the contrast between the deep blue sky and clouds.

Check out this wiki page to understand more about this, and also circular polarizer.


Taken in NewCastle, England.
Beautiful, but corners are too much bending, I think that can be corrected in PP.

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Some pics which i had clicked in Coonor. My favourites from the trip.
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Old 17th June 2010, 14:49   #9350
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@jacs: A polarizer is nothing but a filter which filters a beam of light with mixed polarization into a light beam with polarization in one particular angle.

Since most of the reflected light is polarized into one well defined angle, we can cut the reflected light using a polarizer. This is one use of a polarizer. Sky can be made to look a bit more darker and deep blue using a CPL, since it can cut the polarized component of light thereby increasing the contrast between the deep blue sky and clouds.

Check out this wiki page to understand more about this, and also circular polarizer.


Taken in NewCastle, England.
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Nice, very nice, but is that barrel effect on the left side of the pic?


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Old 17th June 2010, 16:54   #9351
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Beautiful, but corners are too much bending, I think that can be corrected in PP.
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Nice, very nice, but is that barrel effect on the left side of the pic?
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Yes, it is the lens distortion but I added that in PP, as I wanted to give that look to the picture. I guess it is a bit overdone.
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Old 17th June 2010, 17:14   #9352
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Dream Lake at Luray Caverns.

More here: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/travel...averns-va.html (PhotoLoG - Washington D.C & Luray Caverns, VA)
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Day 1 of much needed vacation, in Lal Bagh.

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This tiny creature walks on water
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@Amit: Nice shot of the bug walking on top of water!

2 Bhpians 'chill'ing out Taken today evening in Technopark, Trivandrum
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Let me guess- you and Pramod ?
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Let me guess- you and Pramod ?
50% is correct Pramod and one more bhpian - Sarath. I was at the other end of the lens

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Old 18th June 2010, 00:12   #9358
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50% is correct Pramod and one more bhpian - Sarath. I was at the other end of the lens

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Here's one from me.

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@Chevelle
Awesome shots there!

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