Discussion in 'Photography' started by ramjn, Nov 25, 2012.
If you are asking for the bird shots, I used my Nikkor 70-300 f/4.5-5.6 VR.
The last set of pictures from the Vedanthangal visit.
Fabulous Ramesh. I always admired your photography skills. Do let us, noobs know a few tips and tricks for P&S cameras.
the trick is, practice and more practice.
if your camera has a 'M' mode ,put it to that and start firing away. Automatically things will start becoming easier.
Yes, you will never get the clarity as a DSLR but definitely a good learning exercise.
Dear Ramesh (ramjn),
Your snaps are showing professional excellence,proper use of the high quality machine and are a good feed for the nature-lovers.
Kindly help me to select a camera in the budget range of 25 to 40K, if I can get an DSLR in this range. I'm the type, "love to carry my camera always with me".
Kindly respond, if possible through PM.
Ramesh, did you use any tele convertor ? Why I am asking is, my collegues last sunday visited vedanthangal with their Canon100 - 400. Their feedback was, even at 400 the reach was not enough and they came back with very very few good pictures. Also told me no use to go there with out atleast 600. I was wondering how did you manage with 300mm.
No Srida. I do not have any tele convertor. I agree that it is tough to catch with the 300mm lens but not impossible. It requires lot of patience and I spent almost a day at Vedanthangal just shooting. Also, I cropped some of the pictures which I shared here.
The rocky mountains.
Shot this evening.
Some pictures from my recent shoot at Natyanjali 2014 at Chidambaram and Mayavaram.
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