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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Mansi, Jun 22, 2005.

  1. Mansi

    Mansi TPF Noob!

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    sorry for posting so many pics in a day
    but heres one more, my last i promise ;) .. not entirely sharp.. but i like the whole look of it in general
    the ceilings were absolutely stunning.. this was one quick shot.. before i had to rush out.. i wish i had more time for it
    just checked on the exif.. it was shot at 1/6.. no wonder ... argh i wish i had more time! bit soft

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    somewhere in the middle of Uzbekistan.
     
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    It is a tad soft, but you're right, the ceiling is gorgeous. You seem to have some absolutely breathtaking architecture over in India. Everything looks the same over here in the 'burbs. Wanna do a summer residence swap? :lol:
     
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    and my wife said :"WOW !!"

    I agree with her. Exposure is spot on. Very Nice Mansi.

    would have liked it if it was mine .

    Hanno

    :thumbup::thumbup::drool::drool::thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    sure thing i'll swap, but we got 'burbs here too.. well that was Uzbekistan where i went for a short trip :D you wanna go there? India's full of beautiful architecture too!
    thanks for looking scott :)
     
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    Thanks Hanno :D and thanks to your Wife for liking it :)
     
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    jeeze, very nice shot! i like how you framed with negative space, well done.
     
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    Wow, that was easier than I thought! :p
     
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    Great shot Mansi. Everything I have seen from you has been really interesting. Very well done. :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    Stunning is right! I wanna go there, I wanna go there!!! Do I sound like I am whining??? It truly is beautiful! : )
     
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    Jon - thanks very much for your comments, all ways look forward to them.. much appreciated :D
    Scott - easy does it :D
    Chiller - thanks so much! now the only problem is building a portfolio, dont know with what and where to start :)
    photogal - Thanks soooo much :) no ones whining yet ;) hehe

    just checked on the exif.. it's shot at 1/6 :( no wonder it aint sharp enough! now i'm whining!
     
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    Great shot, Mansi, as always. You definitely have a good eye.

    I'm from India too, and the photographic opportunities are very inspiring - monuments, people, colors, animals, festivals - you can't help but stop and look at a scene through a lens.

    Anyone notice the horrible little pipe running all over the place? That's my pet peeve with monuments in India - we just don't give a damn cause they are so ubiquitous. Graffiti, scaffolding, trash, you name it - there's always a way to ruin a perfectly good shot (not to mention the complete lack of aesthetic, safety or hygiene, respectively). And .... ok 'll stop my rant..

    Great pic :), i loved the angle & light.
     
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    Very well composed, and good lighting to boot.
     

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