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Old 11th October 2006, 14:19   #571
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Old 11th October 2006, 18:52   #572
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Well i am just 2 months experienced with my cam (Sony Cybershot DSC-W30).... and am looking to master photography and Photoshopping.....I really would love to get tips from all your experienced folkz BTW these 2 pics are not editted in any way.

This is a pic on Ganesh Chaturti ...was fiddling with the cam when mom was busy with pooja :P.....












And I was really impressed by Dippy's Panorama of MArine Drive and I tried my hand at it today a few hours back..... and this is what it turned out finally. I used ArcSoft Panorama Maker and used Photoshop to alter the brightness, contrast and saturation.

My First Panorama...






Now I would love to hear your views and suggestions about my work.

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You have dust on your lens / filter.
they look like dust on sensor surface to me.
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they look like dust on sensor surface to me.
Actually condor is right. This was the Sony F717 camera, no chance for sensor dust.
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Actually condor is right. This was the Sony F717 camera, no chance for sensor dust.
Hey, what was your f stop? Unless you're shooting with f22+ kinda situation and have small boulders stuck to your filter....you won't get these...
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Hey, what was your f stop? Unless you're shooting with f22+ kinda situation and have small boulders stuck to your filter....you won't get these...
The exif was F/8 1/400 and ISO-100. It was a cold misty morning, I pulled out the camera from it's warm bag and exposed it to the cold air. May be there was mist on the filter too.
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If that's (f8) two stops before your highest aperture, it's possible..

It's more like using a flash gun and shooting through a condensed dew drops on a filter..
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Hmmm feedback...zero :(.....Well I want to add a watermark to my photos. I want to put my signature on it with transparent effect. Can anyone tell me the procedure or any good software?
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Hmmm feedback...zero :(
Will reply to your post soon. Keep shooting and posting. That will give a much better perspective...
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Snow-capped mountain view at Louisville, Colorado.




A prairie dog at Louisville. These guys are pretty hard to get to pose for the camera. All it takes is just a slight indication of your presence and these guys vanish into their burrow. This snap was after trying for 2-3 days during coffee breaks.

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My first contribution of picture here.. A picture taken out from my window

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Shot this at a lake near my house....


This was using my cams timer on my bike...






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Shot this at a lake near my house....
Why are you destroying all your photos with your name? It can be easily removed since it is not a digital watermark.
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