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Old 6th September 2010, 11:12   #10306
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Old 6th September 2010, 12:21   #10307
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Sunrise - Dal Lake Srinagar
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Old 6th September 2010, 12:32   #10309
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Was it a time for 'power-cut' ? Looks like a secret ceremony in the dark .
You can imagine the kind of intense tungsten lighting the video guys have.. compared to that, rest of the auditorium and stage was darker - metered for the brighter areas and so rest of the frame became dark.

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Old 6th September 2010, 12:46   #10310
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Very nice shots going through the last 2 pages!!
Hats off!!!

Fly high!

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Old 6th September 2010, 12:54   #10311
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Some people prefer to do everything in the OLD way....inspite of having every facility in the house (its a balcony to balcony view)
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Old 6th September 2010, 13:59   #10312
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shaju bad habit . You spying on your neighbor eh ?
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Old 6th September 2010, 14:06   #10313
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This was taken near Batal. Right before Kunzum
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Old 6th September 2010, 14:41   #10314
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shaju bad habit . You spying on your neighbor eh ?
I think someone said sometime ago: 'every photographer has a paparazzi gene sleeping within himself' !! I dare only the harmless ones though To Clever: I make my best to have an eye-contact and convey the message to the subject that I am going to shoot him, so its nothing like hide and shoot.

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@task1979: Beautiful! @shaju: Having a telephoto lens = neighbors' privacy at stake?
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Old 6th September 2010, 16:06   #10316
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@anekho, @shajufx
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Great shot, wondering what tele you used to get that closer ! I was unhappy with my old 300mm last time I visited.

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@shaju, I used my Nikkor 70-300mm VR. It is actually a crop from 300mm shot.
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Old 7th September 2010, 13:31   #10317
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SJ, I agree 70-300 is a great lens really worth its cost, specially for wildlife. I have got plenty of sharp shots through that. Posting one from the same lens taken few months back.
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Beautiful one Pawan. I love the way the neck of that duck bends.

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Nice panning shot. I like it

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Some people prefer to do everything in the OLD way....inspite of having every facility in the house (its a balcony to balcony view)
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lol. You end up being caught red-handed if you continue spying your neighbors. Just kidding

Btw, beautiful candid shot.

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This was taken near Batal. Right before Kunzum
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Those landscapes are making me say 'Wow'. Beautiful one tsk1979.

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Posting one from the same lens taken few months back.
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The pictures looks awesome as usual. Nice colors and details too. Btw, those reflections need a special mention.

A panning shot from my side. Criticism welcome.

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Old 7th September 2010, 19:43   #10319
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...end up being caught red-handed if you continue spying your neighbors.
LOL, I am known to my neighbors as a crazy camera guy, they see me carrying a heavy bag with an attached huge tripod on weekends and other times carrying a heavy tele in the balcony spotting birds around. So, I doubt if anyone would ask anything to me other than a copy of their 'candid' portrait . And by the way, do you think a bulging out balcony from the building is expected to be a place for privacy in a 7 storied building ? Issues come up when you shoot a woman and you are noticed by her husband, I dont have time for all that stuff.

Coming to business, whats all that noise in your shot ? Remembering your dragon-fly shots, we expect much higher quality images from you, seriously. Just wishing if the subject was more sharper, clearer (less noise) and positioned to the left. I dont usually comment, because you know I am in the infancy stages of learning this art, but criticisms are purely on an unbiased viewer point.
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LOL, I am known to my neighbors as a crazy camera guy, they see me carrying a heavy bag with an attached huge tripod on weekends and other times carrying a heavy tele in the balcony spotting birds around. So, I doubt if anyone would ask anything to me other than a copy of their 'candid' portrait . And by the way, do you think a bulging out balcony from the building is expected to be a place for privacy in a 7 storied building ? Issues come up when you shoot a woman and you are noticed by her husband, I dont have time for all that stuff.
I was just kidding brother. Don't take it seriously.

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Coming to business, whats all that noise in your shot ? Remembering your dragon-fly shots, we expect much higher quality images from you, seriously. Just wishing if the subject was more sharper, clearer (less noise) and positioned to the left. I dont usually comment, because you know I am in the infancy stages of learning this art, but criticisms are purely on an unbiased viewer point.
Basically,I wanted to share this picture here because it's my first experiment in panning shot. It was shot somewhere between 6 - 6:30 PM. So, I had to use higher ISO. And, I guess that explains the noise.I do admit that the framing is bad here.

Yes,I couldn't resist myself from posting that pic here.

PS: I'm so happy to receive such a detailed unbiased critic.Thanks a ton brother. Love you

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