Discussion in 'Photography' started by ramjn, Nov 25, 2012.
Why not? Here you go.
300mm, f/13, 1/1600, ISO 500
300mm, f/14, 1/1250, ISO 800
Just what I thought. Notice the lack of noise around the moon's periphery? Just wanted to make sure that my knowledge has not gone rusty, now that it has been almost 5 years since my DSLR was stolen and have not been able to replace it yet.
66 mm, f/8, 1/400, ISO 1000
Lord Krishna at a shop in Guruvayur.
300 mm, f/5.6, 1/100, ISO 1000
Sunset time at the Pacific.
ramesh, i told my wife that i am taking photography as a new hobby but after seeing the art with your DSLR, i will change my statement to "toying with a camera" instead of photography. Just awesome. As sat said, you are tempting to make some serious hard earned money from my pocket to transform into something which depending upon who is using it produces either junk or art.
I liked the first picture than second one, is it taken during same time? many pictures i take come like the second one:-( intention is to get hue like first.You last picture looks awesome.
Re: The Outline: A Photo blog from ramjn
Thanks for those nice words Sathish. I am humbled.
Yes. First and second were shot within a span of 10 minutes.
An evening at the Huntington Beach.
Excellent pics Ramesh, One thing that comes to my mind is when shooting pictures with sea as back ground,no mater how wide is my lens may be it still seems inadequate. What's your take on it?
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