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These are from last weekend's shoot.Camera: D90Lens: Sigma 70-300 DG MicroTripod: BenroBall Head: AcratechThese are first shots using tripod and now I understand why pros/experts press on using tripod. Thanks for looking, please comment.
Regards,HemantNikonian from Pune, IndiaF80, D90
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#1. "RE: Tigers - Blue and Plain" | In response to Reply # 0
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?CheersLeigh
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#2. "RE: Tigers - Blue and Plain" | In response to Reply # 1
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
#3. "RE: Tigers - Blue and Plain" | In response to Reply # 2
Hi Hemant.They are lovely shots.They are pleasing; very easy on the eyes.Keep up the good work.Terry.
OnTERRYo"The Nikon did the work; I just happened to be behind it at the time." TP
#5. "RE: Tigers - Blue and Plain" | In response to Reply # 3
Thanks Terry for the encouraging words. Hemant
#4. "RE: Tigers - Blue and Plain" | In response to Reply # 0
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.
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#6. "RE: Tigers - Blue and Plain" | In response to Reply # 4
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.
#7. "RE: Tigers - Blue and Plain" | In response to Reply # 6
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