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Old 24th January 2008, 07:32   #2461
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One Sunrise shot from me too, after a short gap.
Awesome shot man. Did you edit it? Or is this one directly from cam?
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Shot at Mettur. Random images. Not a planned merge, So the alignment and exposures differences were corrected in PS. Not all that great. Humble effort.

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Clicked this one on my Nagpur trip.

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Old 24th January 2008, 21:07   #2464
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Shot at Mettur. Random images. Not a planned merge, So the alignment and exposures differences were corrected in PS. Not all that great. Humble effort.
@ajo: Guess you have been bitten hard by the 'photo stitch' bug. I see all your images being merged ones. Great effort mate ! And, modesty is a virtue !!
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@ajo: Guess you have been bitten hard by the 'photo stitch' bug. I see all your images being merged ones. Great effort mate ! And, modesty is a virtue !!
Got a trial version of PTGUI software. Playing around with it and of course PS. I have done many merged images that its getting monotonous. I am going to focus on the composition basics.
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Old 24th January 2008, 23:40   #2466
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Got a trial version of PTGUI software. Playing around with it and of course PS. I have done many merged images that its getting monotonous. I am going to focus on the composition basics.
Canon photostich is an excellent tool and comes bundled with most canon cameras.
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I had posted this in my travelogue recently.
Beautiful shot RJ. Good composition too.
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Old 25th January 2008, 10:33   #2468
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Clicked this one on my Nagpur trip.
Good one guyonblackybx. Looks like a direct cut from a clint eastwood movie.
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Canon photostich is an excellent tool and comes bundled with most canon cameras.
Yes, My marina shot was done with canon stitch. But I think I like PTGUI. Lots more features. But I dont have the full version.
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Beautiful shot RJ. Good composition too.
Thanks mate .

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Call it joblessness. Was at Nandi hills and the shadow caught my eye.

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Old 25th January 2008, 20:51   #2472
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More moon shots..

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Old 25th January 2008, 20:53   #2473
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Wow, neoranjith.

BTW, that just looks like an ideal bulls-eye, though I would have preferred the background to be white, like that of any self-respecting egg.

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Old 25th January 2008, 21:25   #2474
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Hmm moon
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Old 25th January 2008, 21:34   #2475
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Holy cow!!! How do you guys manage to get such good shots of the moon? I've been trying for ages,and all I get is a white haze!

Pointers here please- I have a Canon 650 Powershot camera,and I'd like to take some pics like these. Its got a whole lot of settings,and I know I need to play around with the cam a bit.
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