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Old 17th June 2009, 17:30   #5716
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@Nomad - i meant online


took couple of weeks back. the original image is around 4mb and isnt getting uploaded. and i dont have photoshop to compress/reduce image size :-(
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Why dont you try Gimp then, its pretty much the same, but open source.
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Old 17th June 2009, 18:00   #5718
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@Nomad - i meant online


took couple of weeks back. the original image is around 4mb and isnt getting uploaded. and i dont have photoshop to compress/reduce image size :-(
Hi there...well yea now I am online. For your image compression or resizing you can use a simple free to use software by the name of Irfanview. It's a very tiny and good software for normal usage. Nowadays it has tools for processing image too. Try it out...you'll like it.

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Old 17th June 2009, 19:18   #5719
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@TG, the rodent shot is cool!
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Old 17th June 2009, 19:58   #5720
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rtech, thanks for starting this thread. Here are some of the photographs. Essentially what I feel correct in terms of composition and tones. Expecting all of you guys to comment.

Jerash (Jordan) oval plaza. One of the best preserved Roman outpost. Shot in 1999.

Petra (Jordan) once the stronghold of the gifted Nabataens. Look what they had done those days. Carved the entire city from stones. Shot in 1999.
Rudra Sen,
The sweeping columns forming into a fluid curve and the dark cloudy backdrop are majestic and camel silhouetted against the stone city is magnificent, anyways we don't expect anything less from you.
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Old 18th June 2009, 01:19   #5721
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where is that post fazal? i am searching for it. Could you please paste the link here?

Shooting kids is damn challenging...almost like wildlife! haha...they never pose for u ! You got to be on your toes!
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Old 18th June 2009, 01:40   #5722
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Little Wonder...

Another cousin of mine...she's so very naughty and all the time upto some mischief.

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Yes agree with you T.G shooting kids is quite a tough job. But, well unlike wildlife they don't flee when you want to shoot them from nearby.

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Old 18th June 2009, 02:57   #5723
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Oh wild life flees is it?
Nice shot of the kiddo.
One more from me.
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This is somewhere in Coorg.
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Old 18th June 2009, 09:19   #5725
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speaking of kids, some sport photography. I tend to make collage when I have similar pictures, don't want to bore the audience with a bunch of pics with same theme.

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where is that post fazal? i am searching for it. Could you please paste the link here?

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Rudra Sen,
The sweeping columns forming into a fluid curve and the dark cloudy backdrop are majestic and camel silhouetted against the stone city is magnificent, anyways we don't expect anything less from you.
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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/shifti...-thread-2.html
Damn, dont know whats going on? I am not getting that post when I open the forum page on Internet explorer and see the post on page 2 of this post by Rudra when it is opened on Mozilla firefox.
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Figured it out, I am signed on T-BHP on explorer and not on Mozilla, the first page last and last page first ka chakkar hai yeh.

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@fazalaliadil - Nice perspective on the first shot

@vivek: Interesting collage, the rightmost in the second row is the winner

@TG: Beautiful portriats. But hey you said you are not a big fan of softening...! What's with these?

I am not getting any time to click pictures... Damn!! Waiting for the weekend.
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Old 18th June 2009, 11:22   #5728
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I am not a big fan of soft light thats blown up...here actually i havent applied a soft filter...its a diffuse glow that too only for the pic with the little girl on the lawn, as it works well for kids...so technically i am not a big fan of soft light and that still holds
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Shooting kids is damn challenging...... You got to be on your toes!
Nice shot.
Kids' shots look better when you're on your knees rather than toes.

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@ Torque & Nomad - thanks for the information. would try these. i also downloaded picassa, but still to explore what all it can do.
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