|19th June 2007, 19:40||#61|
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Join Date: Sep 2005
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The quality of pics posted here is just great..
I think all these pics should be used to make T-BHP Calendars..
I am too inspired by all the great photographers here..
The thing is I dont know how to capture the right pic..But I can enhance it using photoshop for sure..
|20th June 2007, 21:54||#63|
Last edited by Samurai : 20th June 2007 at 23:18.
|21st June 2007, 12:18||#65|
Was edited by the Mods, who posted the pic here.
But i didnt get the paint in the sky part.
|24th July 2007, 10:45||#71|
Join Date: Apr 2004
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tifosikrishna, avoid using wide angle lens for shooting cars. It distorts the car by changing it's shape. All three shots above are nice. Thanks for the right kind of sky. But I do have a problem keeping that wind machine jumping out from the roof.
|24th July 2007, 22:46||#75|
Join Date: Oct 2005
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Wide angle lens was the latest addition to my collection and it was our first outing after the purchase, so really wanted to try out different things.
Here is my understanding about distortion with wide-angle lens.
1. it will happen at the wide end (10mm) and that too at the corner of the pic.
2. when the subject is very close to the lens.
ji, can you put down few things to follow in order to avoid distortion while using a wide-angle lens.
Secondly i thought it gives a better perspective.
on the other hand, i remember rudra using 70-200mm to photograph his optra. needless to say, it came out very well.
i think, more than the lens, one should have the knowledge of how to use it intelligently in a given situation knowing its strengths and weakness.