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Old 12th December 2010, 22:08   #11221
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Just met up with TSK after a long time yesterday, and as usual we were out shooting. One of my favorites from the shoot.
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Wow! Simply awesome. So many shades.
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Old 13th December 2010, 01:49   #11222
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Just met up with TSK after a long time yesterday, and as usual we were out shooting. One of my favorites from the shoot.
Attachment 467305
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IT came out great
Here is one of mine from the Panny FZ-35. This is the long exposure
ISO 100 F4 25 seconds exposure
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Old 13th December 2010, 03:59   #11223
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Well, nature decided to present herself in the most astonishingly beautiful manner, we merely took some images. Those colors are not from pp, it was actually visible through the naked eye

@TSK
Whoa, tha Panny is very very impressive!

My version, from the D7000.
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Old 13th December 2010, 07:03   #11224
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I'm not good at taking pictures. Trying to improve my photography skills, kindly give feedback.
PPS, 90% of the guys posting here including me are beginners. We shoot, post, receive comments, improve! Whats your equipment? Get better subjects so that each clicks build confidence in you.


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Here are some panos and an HDR from my recent site visit to GPO Shimla.
Stairs look very antique with HDR effect. Nice ones.


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Just met up with TSK after a long time yesterday, and as usual we were out shooting. One of my favorites from the shoot.
Regards,
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@Deep Bue
Well, nature decided to present herself in the most astonishingly beautiful manner, we merely took some images. Those colors are not from pp, it was actually visible through the naked eye

@TSK
Whoa, tha Panny is very very impressive!

My version, from the D7000.
Attachment 467659
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TG & TSK, those are just superb. Beautiful and wallpaper stuff!
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Old 13th December 2010, 07:24   #11225
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Long exposure
ISO 200 331s F/5.0
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Old 13th December 2010, 08:00   #11226
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IT came out great
Here is one of mine from the Panny FZ-35. This is the long exposure
ISO 100 F4 25 seconds exposure
Attachment 467646
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@Deep Bue
Well, nature decided to present herself in the most astonishingly beautiful manner, we merely took some images. Those colors are not from pp, it was actually visible through the naked eye

@TSK
Whoa, tha Panny is very very impressive!

My version, from the D7000.
Attachment 467659
Regards,
TG.
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Long exposure
ISO 200 331s F/5.0
Attachment 467661
TG, tsk! Absolutely stunning stuff!

One humble question- How do you guys trigger the shutter? Is this shot in bulb mode? One difficulty i faced with the bulb mode is that i have to keep the shutter button pressed, and with anything over 30 secs - my hands start shaking. I see tsk has clocked 331secs in that shot!

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Old 13th December 2010, 08:20   #11227
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We use a remote shutter release. Its not possible to use your hand to press the shutter for so long!
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Old 13th December 2010, 08:23   #11228
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That came out nice! I am glad I could show you that spot! Was that with the dslr?
My version
The Official non-auto Image thread-5253387389_6963f35bd5_b.jpg

Another on of the docks on the other side of the lake
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All you need to do is get a remote cable release or infra red release. Then you can trigger off an exposure without touching the camera, once it is positioned for the composition.

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Old 13th December 2010, 08:38   #11229
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evening light from left, reflected sunlight form a large window on the right, and sky light cut thru polarizer.

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another short form the same time.

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Here is another Sunset shot from my side.
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Guys,

My first photowalk happened last Saturday morning in Lalbagh with two wonderful photographer friends Chethan and his co-brother. It was lot of fun, idea exchange and learnings. Had rightly invested 2-3 hours for my hobby.

Here's one from my side, please give me your valuable suggestions.
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Here is another Sunset shot from my side.
I was waiting for you to start with the Lalbagh clicks but then you posted one from a different series and I thought of starting . Nice one, which is this place?
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Guys,

My first photowalk happened last Saturday morning in Lalbagh with two wonderful photographer friends Chethan and his co-brother. It was lot of fun, idea exchange and learnings. Had rightly invested 2-3 hours for my hobby.

Here's one from my side, please give me your valuable suggestions.

I was waiting for you to start with the Lalbagh clicks but then you posted one from a different series and I thought of starting . Nice one, which is this place?
I didn't shoot many in Lalbagh, and also didn't get any good shots. Don't think I will be posting any. The one you have placed is pretty good.

One small correction, he is my cousin, not co-brother.
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wow amazing shots TG & Tsk

Tanveer how much long exposure does the panny allow?

Here is one from my side, taken in Smokey Mountains

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wow amazing shots TG & Tsk

Tanveer how much long exposure does the panny allow?

Here is one from my side, taken in Smokey Mountains

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Thanks techno. The panny can do max 60 seconds. all longer exposures are with the canon 350D
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Stunning shots, tsk & TG !!

Whats the location ?
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