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The Photography Thread

Discussion in 'Cameras and camcorders' started by INS-ANI, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. Anorion

    Anorion Sith Lord Staff Member Admin

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    @sujoyp that flamingo pier we went to has been closed to public :(
     
  2. sujoyp

    sujoyp Well-Known Member

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    Anorion that place was nice for artist and for taking those boat shots..but flemingo were really too far.
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    Anorion Sith Lord Staff Member Admin

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    yes, I guess. Remember there was one photographer with a birding lens there though?
    Anyway, in winter, there is this Flamingo Tourism thingy near Bhandup Pumping Station, they promise lakhs of flamingos at a distance of 100 meters. But rate is a little steep at Rs 400.

    If you are interested in going, then I'll also come.
     
  4. sujoyp

    sujoyp Well-Known Member

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    thats a superb news...when it will start...we will go definitely.
     
  5. nac

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    Not gonna much from my side until I get a new camera.
    SX130 is slow, no flash, battery is dying, sensor spot among others made me not shoot much.
     
  6. izzikio_rage

    izzikio_rage Well-Known Member

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    Yup, its been really silent here. Got some of these shots in the last few weeks. Making the best of the weather [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Amlan didnt u try to fix the curved image to flat..

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  8. izzikio_rage

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    I did, but you lose out on the feild of view. In this case more detail was looking good so left it
     
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    Trying to make time slices again. [​IMG]
     
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    This is good...something new...just googled it and found the concept :)
     
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    He has tried this before and posted his work few years back. I think we had a small discussion too. I guess you forgot ;)
     
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  12. izzikio_rage

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    Yup, I've been doing this ever since i started making timelapses. Its awesome how you can see the place change between day and night, all the lights, the traffic, the colors
     
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    Today I tried again for the mashroom but still didnt get it...not sure if it actually requires a electronically controlled dropper :(
    [​IMG]drop4 by Sujoy Packrasy, on Flickr
     
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    If your flash has strobe option, use that and use continuous/burst release. There may be some tutorial to get what you want, google and see if you can find one.
     
  16. sujoyp

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    My flash does not have burst option..it says shoot at 0.05 sec shutter speed and f14..i will try again

    Btw 0.05 is 1/20 right?

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    Wanted to shoot as long as my batteries last. But clouds spoiled it. About 10-15 minutes before full eclipse, it became cloudy. Waited for about 45 minutes. Moon started showing up but still bit cloudy, unfortunately it just last for about 5-10 minutes before clouds hiding it again. :(

    F 100mm eq. | f/4.5 | 1/250 sec | ISO 80
    Shot using CHDK intervalometer. Interval - 150 sec, but used every 3rd photograph in this image

    [​IMG]

    F 336mm eq. | f/5.6 | 1 sec | ISO 1600
    Shot using CHDK intervalometer. Interval - 30 sec, but used every 3rd photograph in this image.
    Yeah, 1 sec is too long. But with clouds I couldn't use faster shutter. I was hoping clouds won't cover the moon until it goes out of the frame. But it barely reached the center of the frame before hiding behind the clouds.

    [​IMG]

    This is from the same set as above, but used all the photos and arranged manually.
    [​IMG]
     
  18. sujoyp

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    wow nac that is awesome...superb...you have put great efforts for this.
    Here in mumbai it was full cloud so didnt try.
     
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    wow @nac! really well done
     
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  20. izzikio_rage

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    That is absolutely amazing NAC. This is the one thing i miss about CHDK + long zoom camera. It was a lot of fun to shoot the moon
     
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