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PostPosted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:20 am 
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I was in India this summer for a couple of months, just to see the land. Came home with around 11200 photos. This is what I have processed so far (all are clickable for larger view). I will post more as they are processed. C&C is greatly appreciated!

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Very creative and artistic compositions! Hope to see some more in the future!


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:37 pm 
I really enjoyed your photos. Haha the one with the waterbottle and the rock was my favorite.


Well Done


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Beautiful, I cannot even say which one is my favourite.
You were clearly inspired.


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what lens was used with the water bottle and rock picture. was it a wide angle lens?

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Lovely shots!


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 12:21 pm 
Very very nice... I like the second one (orange rocks with the blue sky)

keep them going


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murdockcrc wrote:
Very creative and artistic compositions! Hope to see some more in the future!

Thank you very much! Will try and go through more and post as I go.

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I really enjoyed your photos. Haha the one with the waterbottle and the rock was my favorite.


Well Done

Thank you very much. That photo is also a personal favorite.

Soliwo wrote:
Beautiful, I cannot even say which one is my favourite.
You were clearly inspired.

Indeed I was. India is one of the most amazing places I've been - the north especially!

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what lens was used with the water bottle and rock picture. was it a wide angle lens?

It was my 10-22mm lens at 10mm. My favorite lens by far.

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Lovely shots!

Thank you very much.

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Very very nice... I like the second one (orange rocks with the blue sky)

keep them going

Thank you, will do.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 1:36 pm 
ah some really good ones in there! The pictures tells us you had fun.

good job!


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tranceplant wrote:
ah some really good ones in there! The pictures tells us you had fun.

good job!

Thank you! I definitely had fun.

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2 questions!

im a noob, how did you take that panoramic of the mountains?

and how long were you in india for/ how many cities did you visit there?

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Hey lost2212x, I took the panorama of the mountains with my 10-22mm wideangle lens at 10mm in portrait orientation. I took 11 photos, stitched them together in Photoshop, and cropped some of the bottom off in order to remove some clutter in the foreground.

I traveled around in India for two months and during that time I went to Mumbai, Goa, Madurai, Pondicherry, Chennai, Delhi, Varanasi to see the total solar eclipse, Orccha, Agra, Delhi again, Rishikesh, Joshimath, Nanda Dhevi (Valley of Flowers), Manali, Keylong, Phong (a tent village the bus to Leh broke down in), Leh, Srinagar, and Pahadgam.

I would very much like to post some photos of the solar eclipse and a timelapse I took of it, but right now my hard drive with the India photos on has crashed and I am waiting for a new hard drive, which I can recover the files onto.

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WOW! thats a lot of places! Ill have to try to stitch some photos.

also when you get your new hard drive definitely post some pics. i would like to see some more pics of india.

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Yeap, almost too many. Some places I would have liked to stay longer at, but it was all in all a very good trip.

Received the hard drive today and recovering the photos now. Will post more photos later on in the week, if I find time.

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Three more photos added to the collection. Again C&C greatly welcomed.

Hope you enjoy!

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