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Old 25th March 2011, 09:53   #256
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I am speechless, I am spellbound, I have no words to express what I feel after going through these marvellous and priceless pics.

Rudra Sirji, I can just say "tussi great ho..."

Me being an amateur and using a bridge camera, the thread has proven to provide a good learning curve.

The same goes to Fazal Sir's Pench thread.
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Old 25th March 2011, 11:43   #257
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Breathtakingly marvelous work!!
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I drove through those deep ditches. Thought for a moment. Told Ajay to drive back again through those ditches. Not to reduce the speed below 50 kmph. Small fun for old people. Shot with EOS 1Ds Mark II.

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The shot is wow. I liked the Gypsy emerging out from the water / snow. Nice shot. Also the Shot with camera helps novice photographers like me.
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Rain cloud over Thiksey monastery. View from Stakna village.

Shot with 1Ds Mark II.

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Rudra Sir,

I take a bow.

I have found the ultimate thread on RAW photography and post prosessing.

Something that I need to learn.

Rgds and Respects!
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Old 26th April 2011, 18:20   #260
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Amazing shots Rudraji !. Though i am pretty sure you must have heard this many times over but still couldnt resist myself when i came to this shot.
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This is just next to Leh - Manali highway. Stakna monastery is not a tourist spot. It's one of those many monasteries. Half and hour wait and finishing one large chocolate slab.. The result.

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Accept a bow Sir! I dont have words to express the greatness of the snaps that you have taken out there at the top of the world. Keep it coming so that we can atleast feast on them in the virtual world if not in the real world. Absolutely awesome talent and lip-smackingly good scenery there.
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Hello,
Thanks a lot for the visual treat. Really great photographs!
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Rudra and Ajay what a spectacular treat !! Having just travelled through the region I can so easily say that these are not just photographs of the Himalayas. They most obviously are instances of you responding to the Himalayas and so beautifully reflect the quality and depth of your perceptions. In that, you are in my mind, true artists to have so exquisitely given body to your mind's eye !
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I went over these photographs again today. Why? Cause I wanted to get some inspiration to post process my photographs from my Ladakh Trip this year (I was bit down in enthusiasm for some time and haven't yet processed even a single photograph even after 1.5 months of the trip). These photographs by Rudra is an immense source of inspiration for people like me. Thanks a lot again for sharing these beauties.
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Rurda sir,

Your pictures have left me speechless. I usually just read through the lots and lots of material on the forum and at times take its advice on matters. But this one thread humbles me a lot makes me think of the views to see and the "miles to go before I sleep".
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Rudra Sir,
These are some stunning images, thanks for sharing.
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Rudra and Ajay what a spectacular treat !! Having just travelled through the region I can so easily say that these are not just photographs of the Himalayas. They most obviously are instances of you responding to the Himalayas and so beautifully reflect the quality and depth of your perceptions. In that, you are in my mind, true artists to have so exquisitely given body to your mind's eye !
DKG, you are spot on in your comments. Your TL was great too

Rudrada,

I happenned to bump into this TL today. What a luck and what a pleasure to see your pictures. Possibly the best i have seen on Ladakh anywhere. Outstanding!!!

I relived my memories of our journey to this land last year.
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I don't know how i missed this thread. But rudra da am spell bound.
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Rudra sir, Please accept a Bow! Simply astounding and speechless. Many including myself have lot to learn on the beauty of composition. Fazal sir's photography has already mesmiserised me what with his hues in the Pench jungles. Have been going through this every now and then and just can't stop at it. Amazing treat.
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Wow, speechless! what great shots! Truly natural born talent, Something like this cant be learnt in a lifetime lol.

Anyways, Rudra ji, just wanted to ask a novice question. You pretty much the best equipment money can buy, the EOS 1DS MK III. I just have a few questions with regards to equipment:

1) With a camera like that, do you still get graining in the pictures when you enlarge them? If yes, then how big can you blow the image before graining appears? i know it varies on many factors but just a rough idea would be great if possible.

2) If someone is looking at buying a DSLR in the region of Rs 40,000, they will probably get a EOS 500D. Would it be advisable to buy that or instead postpone the purchase, save up a bit more and buy a EOS 7D for Rs 88,000? Will i get exponential value for money by doing that or not?

Any info on this matter would be of great help sir, thanking you in advance,
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