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Discussion in 'The Café - General Discussions On Everything' started by Anoop Mathew, Mar 22, 2014.

  1. Anoop Mathew

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    Hi Folks,

    No photograph is perfect. Even if a photographer claims it's the perfect shot, there' no such thing as perfect as the next guy would find a better way to take the shot. So here's a thread to share you're shots, however imperfect it may be.

    I'll start with mine.

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    P.S.: It doesn't matter which camera or equipment you use, what matters is learning from each shot. So post yours here, however silly you think it may be.
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  2. Anoop Mathew

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  3. Abhishek Rawal

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    I see nothing 'imperfect' in your pic above (first pic). Well, except watermark :cautious:
  4. Anoop Mathew

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    Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. So no comments. :coffee:
  5. Abhishek Rawal

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    I am commenting because I like that pic & I wanted that pic as my desktop wallpaper. With watermark, it doesn't look good.
  6. Anoop Mathew

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    "No matter how random your shot may be, it's about bleeding the right colours to save your shot"
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  7. Anoop Mathew

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    Ok. Give me some time. I'll remove the watermark. :thumbsup:
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  8. Abhishek Rawal

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    Thanks a ton, man! :mrgreen:
  9. Anoop Mathew

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  10. Rajni Jain

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    DSC_0549.JPG My few random "imperfect" clicks...
  11. Anoop Mathew

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    Keys: Integral Part of our daily lives...!
  12. Rajni Jain

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    DSC_0550.JPG
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  13. Anoop Mathew

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    Which device did you use? Just curious to know. :thumbsup:
  14. Rajni Jain

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    DSC_0553.JPG
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  15. Rajni Jain

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    These are taken from my oldie "Nikon D40"
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  16. Anoop Mathew

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    Last edited: Mar 22, 2014
  17. Anoop Kumar

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    Great Idea, however composition/cropping from left and colored watermark on B&W photo are distracting. try few more clear drops on surface and clear glass.

    Here is mine, just got First DSLR Nikon D7000 and first prime lens 35mm f1.8. Some early shots. @Flickr Set

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  18. Anoop Mathew

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    Yes. I will. I just did what I could at that time to take a test shot. The image was cropped because the background ended there.

    #was.working.with.limitations.and.it.was.taken.with.kit.lens!
    #old.shot.:rolleyes:
  19. Anoop Kumar

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    Igniting matches at 1/8000, highest speed of Nikon D7000
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