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Old 16th November 2010, 23:43   #11011
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anvancy; like a real ad pix ! Great.
Ill say towards an ad.cause like will mean similarity.and this shot has mistakes.haha.thanks for the compliment.

And I like the bike shot wischvuanaudh.

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Old 17th November 2010, 00:13   #11012
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@ jkdas - Thanks bro, And yes, was maintaining a low profile as life made some very much unnecessary gear shifts.
Btw, aint that your son ? Cute.

@ anvancy - Thanks bro. And guess what, it was no smoke or fog. It was my friend who was risking his lungs as it was the dust from a piling location which covered the background.
Again, was that aftershave pic shot under some studio setup ? Amazing it looks.

Another one from my side.
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Old 17th November 2010, 06:31   #11013
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This was take at Lalbagh, Bangalore.
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Old 17th November 2010, 09:37   #11014
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Old 17th November 2010, 11:50   #11015
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.....I felt that it had lots of repetitive areas like the stone paved floor. So i tried to reduce it by cropping.....Can we remove those electric cables that ruins most of the pics using spot healing tool and the bruush tool ?
I expected more space above the head, probably composition aimed at the stones more than the lady, I would not do that by any chance !!

Regarding tools on Photoshop, anything can be altered or created if you know to use the tools well, which I am trying to learn. Someone had posted earlier that even watermarks can be cleaned up, that shows the potential of tools in the right hands. There might be different opinions to this, but its part of the game. I might have a beautiful image with perfect colors and composition, but a metal wire or pole might be spoiling the whole image, there comes PP to its rescue.

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This was take at Lalbagh, Bangalore.
I have seen this place atleast 50 times, but different processing makes it feel like a new place.

Anvancy, PRO shot there !
JK, wanting more from you !

After spotting Captain Jack Sparrow, I found a potential DSLR buyer..LOL !
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Old 17th November 2010, 15:27   #11016
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@Shaju
I can't see Jack in there though

A couple of images from me, the first one is from a D7000, was trying out my friends new toy...I really liked it!

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Old 17th November 2010, 15:49   #11017
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One more shot taken at Lalbagh.
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Old 17th November 2010, 16:01   #11018
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Shot taken with my new 100mm macro lens, I am loving this lens for portrait, have to try macro.
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...first one is from a D7000
I think D7000 is better than D3S

Chethan, looks like North Pole !
Pawan, macros please.
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Old 17th November 2010, 18:28   #11020
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@Shaju
The D7000 shot was at ISO 1600. Excellent noise control for that ISO, I must admit. I really like the D7000!
Just after I took that image, the light diminished really fast. That's when a pelican decided to take a dip. So I switched back to the D3s, and this is what it gave me at ISO 5000.

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Old 17th November 2010, 20:09   #11021
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...Excellent noise control for that ISO, I must admit. I really like the D7000!......So I switched back to the D3s, and this is what it gave me at ISO 5000.
I never tried the noise control on D90, no clue how good it will be. But ISO 5000 is way out of any normal camera's capacity. D3s is the king without doubt ! Anything above ISO 2000 shows heavy pixelation on D90 with a 1.8 prime, so I guess other lenses will have crappy results. With the higher ISO capability of your D3s, sigma 150-500 should be a rockstar with you !

By the way, pelican shots are awesome !
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Old 17th November 2010, 20:57   #11022
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A baby step taken...
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@v&v: love it!
@Mukul: I now understand what you meant by saying that every picture should have a story. I'm talking about pic 3. Simply love it!
@Shaju: I loved your last pic. this one not so much.
@wischvuanaudh: Loved the first shot of your post in the last page!
@pawan: agreed with shaju. macros please!
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Found this guy a few minutes back.Just could'nt resist snapping him.

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Old 18th November 2010, 18:38   #11025
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@Shaju
The D7000 shot was at ISO 1600. Excellent noise control for that ISO, I must admit. I really like the D7000!
Just after I took that image, the light diminished really fast. That's when a pelican decided to take a dip. So I switched back to the D3s, and this is what it gave me at ISO 5000.

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Exposure 0.006 sec (1/160)
Aperture f/6.3
Focal Length 500 mm
ISO Speed 5000

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I am DEAD !.. BTW which lens is this?
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