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Old 27th November 2007, 01:05   #1936
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Nothing exceptional? All of these are grt shots.

Sky in first one is hard to come across with a camera.

2nd one has details of both sky and kite that too hard to get details any one without missing the other.

3rd daingerously close.

4th nice angle.

Thanks,Naveen. I felt that these pics would have looked much better had it been a sunny day. The 1st picture was taken while driving. I wanted to roll down the windows,but had to be contended with taking the picture with the tinted window up.
Another shot of the kite:



A picture of my dog,trying to catch some zzzs.
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Old 27th November 2007, 04:48   #1937
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I thought it would be hard to post my pictures here....

So if you wish you can all have a look here..... People who like photography, nature, bollywood, keira knightley, cars wont be disappointed!!!!


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Old 27th November 2007, 05:15   #1938
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Title: Enlightenment
Location: Bahubali statue at Karkala


Thats a nice picture.

The blue colour and the sun without its blinding effect is pretty good.
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Old 27th November 2007, 10:37   #1939
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people, please dont quote entire posts again and again.

Well here's one from me.

Crossroads in the sky...


On Kojagiri Pournima

(Handheld)

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Old 27th November 2007, 11:24   #1940
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Awesome .. very clear and clean composition IMP, that too handheld ..
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Why do you say that?
I said because i dun have my camera with me when I come across a sky like this.
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Old 27th November 2007, 16:22   #1942
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@IMP, that's a crisp shot for a handheld one!

Here's a shot from one of those "don't know what to do" days.

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Old 27th November 2007, 17:40   #1943
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beautiful one torqy. Excellent creativity. wish you more "don't know what to do" days.
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@ Torqy thats a beauty, well utilized "What to do" days :P
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Old 27th November 2007, 19:25   #1945
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My (working towards improving my photography) contribution:



Drowning Sun




Angry Cloudy Face

Flight Path(s)



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@samurai san. Thats a beauty. A very well exposed picture.
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Old 27th November 2007, 21:14   #1947
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@samurai san. Thats a beauty. A very well exposed picture.
experts advise please! how to save your sensor from damage while shooting the sun like this?
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@samurai san. Thats a beauty. A very well exposed picture.
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Thats a nice picture.

The blue colour and the sun without its blinding effect is pretty good.
Thanks guys, it took a lot of time to compose this and get it right. I wasn't sure until I saw it in computer. I wanted to get the circular enlightenment effect like I have seen on many Bahubali images.

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experts advise please! how to save your sensor from damage while shooting the sun like this?
In a dSLR it is not a problem. The sensor gets exposed at extremely highspeed, so not a problem. Don't use Liveview though. The P&S on the other hand is not so lucky.
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Was in New York last week

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Old 27th November 2007, 23:56   #1950
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Nice pic,mayavi..
It could make it to the pages of 'Time' or 'Newsweek'..
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