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Old 26th July 2010, 18:42   #9826
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Which one of the G35 pics do you want to know about? Post them in the Auto image thread with som more information so I can know the specific image you want the Exif for.

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Old 26th July 2010, 19:09   #9827
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Pramod, I think it was some dirt on the outer glass of the lens, at least I hope so. Need to check the sensor - It had fungus growth earlier. But if sensor has fungus, it would appear more sharp in these kind of narrow aperture shots.

I was talking about this.


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Old 26th July 2010, 19:32   #9828
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That to me, looks like fungus on the lens.
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Old 26th July 2010, 21:28   #9829
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TG, looks like a sensor Fungus to me.

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Old 26th July 2010, 22:37   #9830
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That turns out to be a big fungus in the sensor!!

This shot is taken at f/36. Levels are adjusted a bit to make the fungus really visible. The previous shot (shipyard) was taken at f/9 or so and the fungus isn't appearing that sharp. All the other dark spots are also some dust on the sensor, except the boomerang shaped one on the right.

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Not only in pictures, but it is directly visible when I put the cam in cleaning mode as well.

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Old 27th July 2010, 06:38   #9831
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Here's one from my recent trek.
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Old 27th July 2010, 08:39   #9832
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TG,
The Seagull on the water is an amazing shot. Can you please mention the lens, focal length, exposure, shutter speed and if it is a panned?
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Old 27th July 2010, 09:19   #9833
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Let the Day be Bed of Roses for fellow BHPians

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Old 27th July 2010, 09:47   #9834
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TG, I liked the new birds series. The color mode looks amazing and classy.
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Old 27th July 2010, 11:05   #9835
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Here's one from my recent trek.
Very close to nature... where is this?
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Old 27th July 2010, 12:02   #9836
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Just after receint showers here in Ahmedabad, i thought i should capture a few moments. Just went up on the terrace with my Fuji HS10. Please note no pics have been edited using any softwares, except for resizing. They are as it is.

Guys, i dont know how to reduce the size of the image withouht loosing the quality, would really appreciate if someone could help me with this. I did this resizing through picassa. it reduced from2.7 MB to a couple of KBs?

@sree, fantastic pics.
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Old 27th July 2010, 12:13   #9837
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@sree, fantastic pics. how do you insert pics between lines? All my pics are always inserted at the end of the text, so relating to a particular pic gets difficult.
That's because you are not explicitly inserting them between the text while composing the message.

After the images have finished uploading, click on the drop down icon on the attachment button, and select your image - this should add the proper image tags where you have placed your cursor.

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Old 27th July 2010, 13:17   #9838
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Since you don't have an aperture priority mode in that, only thing you can do is to zoom to 3x and frame the subject with background preferably not too close to the subject..

And why do you have to refrain from landscape shots since you only have 3x? Most of the landscape shots are taken at widest angles (lowest zoom) right?
Many thanks for the comments & tips and i will take care to put these tips into immediate effect.
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Old 27th July 2010, 14:23   #9839
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My vote goes to the man.. It has character & life in it.
Thank you! Helped me.

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Yes, I could have tested a lower powered flash too, need to do that soon.
My vote for the 'Man', hope your walk was enjoyable with 50 people around, or was it more than that ? I was hoping for the waiting list to approve me, but there was no luck !! Next time, please let me know before time, although I am not very keen on walking with a group !

Water lilly from our previous Sunday walk !
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Thanks Shaju, I have uploaded the man's photograph as my entry. The turn out was pretty good, about 30. Walking with a group is fun, get to learn a lot from different people. I enjoy it at times.

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My vote also goes for the 2nd pic.

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Thank you buddy.

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@Hw, my vote goes for the first picture!

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Thank you clevermax, I think I'll go with the second one.

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Am I seeing more and more black and whites these days ?

Great job with the recent string of photographs. The quality of photography being showcased here is on a steep rise! Very healthy signs!

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The man's shot is better. The second one that is.

But I have critique. You could have framed it better. With a little more balance. The image is too close and he is cramped into the frame. His smile and mood shows happiness...Happiness is not supposed to be cramped within in a tiny space. It should have freedom to be spread. There must be more space around him. Next time make cleverer use of negative space.

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Wow TG, thank you for that. Never thought of it that way, as in restraining happiness etc. One more dimension to the composition, space for emotions. That's why we should have professionals leading us to the light (literally!) .

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@pawan
Which one of the G35 pics do you want to know about? Post them in the Auto image thread with som more information so I can know the specific image you want the Exif for.

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Spot on with your observations.

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That's one heck of a shot. High FPS with lovely glass, ah, photorgasm.

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That turns out to be a big fungus in the sensor!!

This shot is taken at f/36. Levels are adjusted a bit to make the fungus really visible. The previous shot (shipyard) was taken at f/9 or so and the fungus isn't appearing that sharp. All the other dark spots are also some dust on the sensor, except the boomerang shaped one on the right.

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Not only in pictures, but it is directly visible when I put the cam in cleaning mode as well.
I have had fungus on my sensor before, luckily the canon service centre did a good job of removing it. It's best to send it to the service centre for this, the regular methods of cleaning the sensor might not work.

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Let the Day be Bed of Roses for fellow BHPians

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Missing the focus buddy? As in, I feel both the photographs are out of focus :(.
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Old 27th July 2010, 15:40   #9840
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but it is directly visible when I put the cam in cleaning mode as well.
How you got that 'shockked' icon on your camera sensor ? Looks like the sensor itself is in a 'shock' mode.

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Let the Day be Bed of Roses
Sree are they real flowers ? I havent seen a green rose so far. Sadly both pics are out of focus, or is it my eye ?

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The turn out was pretty good, about 30.
Thats sad, there were a good number of people in the waiting list, atleast someone in that list (including me) could have made it if communication was proper. From the whole upload worldwide, I liked only half a dozen.

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