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Old 11th November 2007, 20:27   #1801
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A snap which I took on my cell W800i. Surprisingly came out pretty well (or so I think).

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Old 11th November 2007, 20:52   #1802
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prajesh, the last one from that set is a beautiful snap. nice steady shot and the color of the sky in the background makes it look all the more better.
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Old 11th November 2007, 23:20   #1803
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Shot these two days back.




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Old 11th November 2007, 23:30   #1804
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Shot these two days back.

The first pic is awesome! Excellent shots.
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Old 12th November 2007, 01:53   #1805
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Shot this one today morning :

named it 'Humsafar'
Nice shot there..

I took a similar shot in Ooty last year..

Still young..

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Old 12th November 2007, 19:38   #1806
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It was a lazy sunday afternoon...so tried taking some pictures from the terrace using the manual mode on the canon S5 IS. Learnt how difficult it is to take pictures of objects having a bright sky as background. All pics are handheld ( not that they look great )

Kite hovering
shutter speed 1/250 , aperture f/5 , iso 80.


Neighbourhood
shutter speed 1/100, aperture f/6.3, iso 100


the Squirell
shutter speed 1/100, aperture f/6.3, iso 100


the tower
shutter speed 1/200, aperture f/8, iso 80


any tips to take pictures of brids in flight against a bright sky?
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Old 12th November 2007, 19:55   #1807
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A candid shot...



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Torqy === Candid man :P Nice shot.
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Old 12th November 2007, 20:00   #1808
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It was a lazy sunday afternoon...so tried taking some pictures from the terrace using the manual mode on the canon S5 IS. Learnt how difficult it is to take pictures of objects having a bright sky as background. All pics are handheld ( not that they look great )

Kite hovering
shutter speed 1/250 , aperture f/5 , iso 80.


Neighbourhood
shutter speed 1/100, aperture f/6.3, iso 100


the Squirell
shutter speed 1/100, aperture f/6.3, iso 100


the tower
shutter speed 1/200, aperture f/8, iso 80


any tips to take pictures of brids in flight against a bright sky?

Why dont you provide us with the zoom factor you clicked these pics.

These pics you have got are very very good as compared to what i get when I click flying birds. I always find it difficult to click birds. Why ont you try hight apature.
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Old 12th November 2007, 20:15   #1809
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Man grt shots, can you please provide me with the EXIF data of these shots? I have tried tried an tried but could not get the desired result
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Old 12th November 2007, 20:17   #1810
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One of my fav shot!! Click pic to view in large.

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Old 12th November 2007, 20:40   #1811
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thats a pretty shot Naveen. Post all your sunrise at hussain sagar shots here. They are all worthy. Esp. pic013
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Naveen, torqy and wheeler
Thanks a lot for appreciating my pics..!

Naveen the sunrise pic is awwwsssum..!

IMP- The diwali pics are fantastic...Thats a great effort. Keep them coming
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Just wanted to share something. Got my first comment in flickr ( ) today for this pic.

Know this must be usual happening for the experts here. But for an absolute beginner, its enough to make my day!


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Wow Fantastic snaps buddy.. , that's a classy images, great work done!...


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Old 12th November 2007, 23:13   #1815
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Just wanted to share something. Got my first comment in flickr ( ) today for this pic.

Know this must be usual happening for the experts here. But for an absolute beginner, its enough to make my day!

Thats a good pic to start with CrAzY dRiVeR...According to me a good photographer will take pics of moments that will most often be left unoticed...
I believe you have the potential to become a great photographer if you do your home work!!
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