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tityansk Registered since 14th Nov 2008Fri 09-Nov-12 08:06 AM
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"Tigers - Blue and Plain"


PUNE, IN
          

These are from last weekend's shoot.

Camera: D90
Lens: Sigma 70-300 DG Micro
Tripod: Benro
Ball Head: Acratech

These are first shots using tripod and now I understand why pros/experts press on using tripod.

Thanks for looking, please comment.





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Hemant
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TEITZY Silver Member Awarded for the continuous and generous sharing of his high level expertise and his always encouraging comments, most notably in the macro and sports forums. Nikonian since 14th Mar 2007Fri 09-Nov-12 08:17 AM
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WUNGHNU, AU
          

Lovely composition and backgrounds on these Hemant though they look a little soft to me at this size. Did you do any output sharpening after resizing for the web?

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tityansk Registered since 14th Nov 2008Fri 09-Nov-12 12:06 PM
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PUNE, IN
          

Thanks Leigh for encouraging words.

These images are without any processing, I just resized and posted. I am not good in post processing and lately I could not spend time on learning those skills.

I need to improve in this area, thats the target for next year.

-Hemant

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OnTERRYo Silver Member Nikonian since 25th Nov 2011Fri 09-Nov-12 03:19 PM
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Hamilton, CA
          

Hi Hemant.

They are lovely shots.
They are pleasing; very easy on the eyes.

Keep up the good work.

Terry.

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tityansk Registered since 14th Nov 2008Sat 17-Nov-12 05:15 PM
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PUNE, IN
          

Thanks Terry for the encouraging words.

Hemant

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Hemant
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henbo Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Oct 2004Sat 10-Nov-12 03:08 PM
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Hi Hemant,

Three lovely shots with beautiful colours and nice compositions.

I have the same experience as you. When I started using a good tripod, my quality level definitely went up, so the tripod and head were a very good investment.

Thanks for sharing.

Henning

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tityansk Registered since 14th Nov 2008Sat 17-Nov-12 05:19 PM
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PUNE, IN
          

Thanks Henning for viewing and encouraging words.

As of now I dont have tripod, this was borrowed from one of my frieds.
I will probably have mine by start of next year.

Regards,
Hemant
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D2Xstatic Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Mar 2011Mon 19-Nov-12 10:10 PM
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I took the liberty to sharpen the pic, added a little contrast, bumped up the color and added a little shadow protection. What do you think? I like it. I did before, too. This was done in ViewNX


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