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|16th September 2009, 00:44||#18|
I see lot of you are shooting in the rain, but barely catching the rain in the foreground. If you do, they are out of focus.
OK, let me share some of the rain shooting tips I learnt after moving to coastal area 3 years back. Since it rains a lot here, I wanted to learn a way to capture it in photograph. But I used to lose the rain mostly in foreground or background. I couldn't capture the rain itself, like the eye sees it.
After lots of trial & error, I have created some basic thumb rules.
|16th September 2009, 01:01||#19|
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Here are some with rains (taken thro' mobile cam)
Poor guys finding no shelter in rain. Look at the family feelings!
|16th September 2009, 07:18||#21|
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|16th September 2009, 09:04||#23|
Example using MF (notice the darker background, slower shutter speed to make the drops longer)
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|16th September 2009, 11:04||#25|
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I think its turning out to be a Monsoon Theme than a rain theme.
Anyways here are a few from my last Monsoon Drive
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