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Old 5th February 2009, 12:42   #46
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Great pics, Saurabh M, especially for those who have not been there, and cannot be there too, hehe. Atleast i do not fall in the category of examining pictures to the extent of identifying the modes used, and hence can only make one comment that they were all too good, and glancing at them for some time gave an almost-there kind of feel.
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Saurabh was going through the travelogue threads, and discovered yours. Frankly speaking, I first traverse through the traveloges of south India, than other parts of India, lastly outside of India, in the order of accessibility of these places to me.

The pictures are really nice, liked the compositions. S-curve of the road, solitary bench beside the lake.

Liked the way the girl in Red in the black & white photo (Schidler's list effect ). BTW how that is done, I have not touched photoshop yet, for that matter, yet to get a DSLR.
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Liked the way the girl in Red in the black & white photo (Schidler's list effect ). BTW how that is done, I have not touched photoshop yet, for that matter, yet to get a DSLR.
Thanks Arindam for your comments. I do not have photoshop either. It is done using Picassa (poor man's photoshop)

I agree with your sequence of place visits. I, myself, am a strong believer that one should explore India first, before venturing out to see the world. I believe that it is not possible to see India and feel its immense diversity, in a lifetime. But, since my work takes me places around the world, I never miss an opportunity to explore the surroundings.
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Thanks Arindam for your comments. I do not have photoshop either. It is done using Picassa (poor man's photoshop)

I agree with your sequence of place visits. I, myself, am a strong believer that one should explore India first, before venturing out to see the world. I believe that it is not possible to see India and feel its immense diversity, in a lifetime. But, since my work takes me places around the world, I never miss an opportunity to explore the surroundings.
Hmm, I have used picassa, mostly to correct the horizon and in some cases red eye.

Even I was coming from the same angle, being stationed in Bangalore that's my preference. But do not miss the opportunity when work takes me other part of the worlds too - though they are few and far between.
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