|11th April 2007, 14:45||#871|
They both are exact same composition, it has not been recomposed at all, no change in placement.
To really understand nature photography, try books like John Shaw's Nature Photography Field Guide.
|11th April 2007, 15:14||#872|
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Oh ok. My bad, percieved the wrong meaning of composition to be that of color (like the color composition). Thanks.
|14th April 2007, 21:51||#874|
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tsk, I am shot of words for this pic.Awesome !!!
Guess the vibrations should have ceased and it would be even better.
BTW can you please teach me the art of this pleazzzz !!! Damn I havent been able to figure out how to get this kinda shot with my camera. Ignorant nut that I am ..
|14th April 2007, 23:29||#875|
Here is a hint. Slow shutter speed through windshield.
Very good effect tanveer.
BTW, here are some IR photos I took today, my first attempt actually.
|15th April 2007, 00:31||#876|
Samu the PS sucks, go to B&W in channel mixer and boost up the green for True IR effect.
Not really your fault, you need to put cam in IR mode and also put a filter in front so that it does not get visible light.
The Sony night shot just moves the IR filter from front of the CCD. The additional step is to put a filter in front which kills all visible light from reaching the filter, so you get pure IR.
Till you get a filter, google some and you will find that certain "Film" can act as a good IR filter after processing.