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Old 30th June 2012, 13:13   #14566
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RIOT OF COLOURS: Would be an apt title for this photograph.
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Old 30th June 2012, 17:47   #14567
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Is it a 10-20 or 11-16 ? Technically I dont know how to comment, but it looks good
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It's a Sigma 10-20 @ 10mm
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Sony A35 + Minolta 70-210mm
f/5, 1/200s, ISO1600, 200mm

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Breaking away from the theme! I just happened to be in Kabini for a couple of days and had a chance to try out the Canon 5DMkIII. Its really amazing and the best I have seen from Canon when it comes to noise performance. The following image was shot at iso 1000 with no noise removal whatsoever. The B/W image is the full frame,pp'd with Nik Silver Efex 2 and the color version is a tight crop showing the level of detail even after cropping.
Wow! Another wild expedition? Good catch


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If these are the test shots, I am excited to see the real ones Sudhir had taken MIII to Kabini sometime back and had a high opinion about it.

Wild flower !
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Its so cute like an Hallmark greeting card...loved it.


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Coming to this thread after a long time. Have a lot to catch up to.

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Nice wide open windows, which lens?


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f/5, 1/200s, ISO1600, 200mm

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Nice catch of the Heron. My experience says it would be even more sharp on your lappy. Sometimes I feel so sad when the life of eyes are lost while compressing and uploading .


May be a different mood! Please share your feedbacks, I tried some PS editing since the background was way too bright spoiling the beauty of the subject. May be a metering issue?

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Nice catch of the Heron. My experience says it would be even more sharp on your lappy. Sometimes I feel so sad when the life of eyes are lost while compressing and uploading.
Oh yes, it was quite sharp given the ISO levels (1600) I used. At one point I was contemplating on getting my old beercan (70-210mm, with loads of fungus inside) replaced but I guess it is not that time yet.

Another one of the same subject with same exif. These are taken through a metal mesh but that's not visible at all because I held the lens almost touching the mesh with an open aperture. The mesh pattern which is visible in the bokeh is actually of the other side of the cage.

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And one more from the same place
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May be a different mood! Please share your feedbacks, I tried some PS editing since the background was way too bright spoiling the beauty of the subject. May be a metering issue?
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If the background was really bright, you could try recomposing the shot from a different angle so as to get a more pleasing background.... The editing done in this picture can be seen when you look at the edges of her body...

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andean condor from cincinnati zoo

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Few images from my side.
Taken at Eat street, Hyderbad last friday.
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andean condor from cincinnati zoo
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Never seen this creature before!

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Few images from my side.
Taken at Eat street, Hyderbad last friday.
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I like this first one.

No heavy processing, just auto tones in PS.
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A long exposure. Was a few minutes exposure. It was cloudy, and the moon was strong, but decided to shoot anyways

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Never seen this creature before!

One of the largest flying birds, it was huge! it's found on western coast of south america.
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Oh yes, it was quite sharp given the ISO levels (1600) I used. At one point I was contemplating on getting my old beercan (70-210mm, with loads of fungus inside) replaced but I guess it is not that time yet.

Another one of the same subject with same exif. These are taken through a metal mesh but that's not visible at all because I held the lens almost touching the mesh with an open aperture. The mesh pattern which is visible in the bokeh is actually of the other side of the cage.

If the background was really bright, you could try recomposing the shot from a different angle so as to get a more pleasing background.... The editing done in this picture can be seen when you look at the edges of her body...
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No heavy processing, just auto tones in PS.
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Thanks Clever. I think you are referring to the halo around the girl. Let me tweak some more, shall post the edited one shortly. May be a good pic to learn processing?

Lake shot is really soothing. Loved the natural green.


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andean condor from cincinnati zoo
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One of the largest flying birds, it was huge! it's found on western coast of south america.
Oh! Its looking scary. Any full snaps Vivek?



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A long exposure. Was a few minutes exposure. It was cloudy, and the moon was strong, but decided to shoot anyways

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Beautiful one Tanveer .




Coracle ready for an evening ride! Shot from Hampi sometime during last summer.

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A long exposure. Was a few minutes exposure. It was cloudy, and the moon was strong, but decided to shoot anyways

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Excellent! The redness in the foreground must be the tail lights which to me is slightly distracting in the overall beauty of the image. The moonlight is almost as good as daylight. Pls share the exif of this image. I want to try a similar one too. (Till now all my nightscape shots are just rubbish)
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Beautiful one Tanveer .
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Excellent! The redness in the foreground must be the tail lights which to me is slightly distracting in the overall beauty of the image. The moonlight is almost as good as daylight. Pls share the exif of this image. I want to try a similar one too. (Till now all my nightscape shots are just rubbish)
thanks for your comments.
This shot was at F3.5, ISO 200 around 150 seconds of exposure.
the red lights (tail lights) was deliberate, I was experimenting with light painting
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I like this first one.

No heavy processing, just auto tones in PS.
Thanks Sunil,
The first one is my favorite too.
Very nice pic of the lake.The green in the pic has come out very well.

@Tanveer: nice pic
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Oh! Its looking scary. Any full snaps Vivek?
I couldn't get a good angle, here are two more. You could call these American Jatayu

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