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Old 8th September 2010, 09:11   #106
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Rudra,
Unbelievable saturation. Killer blues. Unimaginable color contrasts. Supreme composition.
Amazing just amazing, I am speechless!

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Hi all
It's 7.00A.M. Zurich time and I am sitting here going thru this thread once again. My last visit to this thread was at 1.00A.M. last night.

Our combined efforts (although we had to break-up this trip in the middle) is now materialising in the form of these frames being published on this Forum. And I am happy to see these are slowly rolling out into the open.

To share this work especially with T-BHP members gives both of us a great pleasure....it's like coming back home and showing the entire family what the kids have been upto....so enjoy the display.

Wishing you all a wondrful day and many regards from Zurich.
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Good to see you on this thread Ajay. The captures are indeed amazing!
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The thread with the best pictures in team-bhp? Thanks for sharing these exceptional & amazing set of photographs Rudraji. Like others, I am now constantly hitting refresh on this page.
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Good to see you on this thread Ajay. The captures are indeed amazing!
Hi Tanveer
Great to see your other threads on the forum. Nice to see you doing all that. Very heartening to see that your wife stands equally tall like you. Please convey my Greetings to her as well.
I just sent a shot of your White Elephant and Gypsy in Nimmu to Rudra for publishing.
Lots of nice weather from Zurich. It's dream weather here and the town is full of tourists.
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Fantastic, Awesome, Brilliant, Luminous, Radiant, Dazzling, Sparkling, Gleaming, Shining, Bright... now I am really short of words here.

The pictures, each of them, are just WOW !!!
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Rudra sir, i think you should stop writing! your pictures are doing all the talking Speechless!
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Ajay,

You and Rudra are mesmerizing fellow members with your very high caliber images. This thread has the best photographs on the entire forum, period.
5 stars are too less for the effort put in and the results produced.

I personally have never visited any thread on the forum with the frequency I am. It is nice to know that you too are a fellow member which I wasn't aware of.



Salutations,
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Old 8th September 2010, 21:52   #114
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NIMMU just before Leh town. Confluence of Indus and Zanskar river.

Shot with S90. Tonal range of this camera is amazing.. Must say.

Images from above 10000 feet.-nimmu.jpg

Gypsy looked nice next to Zanskar river. Shot with 1Ds Mark II.

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Rafting at Zanskar river. Ajay Narayan's capture with 1Ds Mark III.

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Toppling instructor. Ajay Narayan's capture with 1Ds Mark III.

Images from above 10000 feet.-topple.jpg

Stopped for a tea and met the team from one small way side house..

The lady. Shot with 1Ds Mark II.

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The land lady. Shot with 1Ds Mark II.

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The help. Shot with 1Ds Mark II.

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End of the day meeting Tanvir and family at the point of confluence again.

Ajay Narayan's capture with 1Ds Mark III.

Images from above 10000 feet.-two.jpg

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B-R-E-A-T-H-T-A-K-I-N-G landscapes & equally breathtaking pictures.
The portraits of old lady, land lady & help cannot be described in words.

Keep them pouring.

Raab Rakha-Sonu.
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Rudra-da now I guess folks wont give any more comments. They do not have any more adjectives left.

All will watch in silent admiration in front of their screens!

The Old lady snap is if I may call "NGC Perfect"!


PS: I know you are one step above!
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After seeing your shots, i'm filled with contempt for the work of many a amateur turned pro junta (as seen on photog forums) - you people are in your league - you make art, not just capture frames.
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Loved the shots of the Karzok and Tso Moriri by Ajay a lot. And Rudra is awesome as always. Please do call me for the next shoot that you go. I would love to accompany you and learn from you.

People, please please calibrate your monitors to see the real beauty of these shots. They are looking even more amazing and vibrant in a calibrated monitor. Just for a starter try this for basic calibration.
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Gypsy looked nice next to Zanskar river. Shot with 1Ds Mark II.
Hi Rudra, at what focal length the Gypsy photograph was shot? Any perspective correction?

The only reflection is of the sky on the windscreen - excellent shot. Not to single out, as all shots are excellent in their own way.

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WOW... I have no words to speak Sir, I liked the very first snap of the thread its just mind blowing. I like all the snaps.

I am very sure if the Liquor baron looks at these snaps you will be appointed for his next calendar shoot
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