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PostPosted: Mon Oct 07, 2013 8:14 pm 
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Sorry, the problem with unsharp photos still persists :(
So will not request comments or critique.
But thought could share some shots because of the expressions of the subjects.
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DSC_2861 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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DSC_2862_1 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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They always come so late! by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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OK! OK! You get the price by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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CSC_2943 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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Come, let us play by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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DSC_2933 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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I will swallow you... by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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CSC_2949 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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DSC_2669_1 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

11 - CCD interior - South Indian style
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DSC_2551 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

12 - Red shirt enough!
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DSC_2616_2 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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CSC_2343 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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CSC_2349 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

(the D500 is supposed to be used by home minister but I do use it mostly, so image comment bears her name)

Thanks for looking.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 08, 2013 12:42 am 
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Nice set Jaydeep, they do show a different life on the sub continent. What looks like bright sun I would ask why you would use ISO 1600 which I saw on a few of your exifs. I imagine the train on the rail tracks was stopped, a bit scary if its not.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 08, 2013 5:01 pm 
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Thank you 4xxxx.
Many of the shots were in very overcast and drizzling weather or from moving train/car or taken at night. So pushed up ISO to get faster shutter.
India is a country with huge difference in life styles of people. I find character (from photographic point of view) in the lot not so affluent, those who express themselves in their own way. For the patrons of Gucci, Tommy Hilfiger, C&K, Armani and other brands, there is not much difference from what I've seen in some other parts of the world - prototypes with different features may be.
Yes, the train was stopped :)
It is a strange mindset that exists in people of developing/third world countries that forces them to certain actions which they just fail to understand how dangerous the impact may be. I feel 'Third World' is a mentality which is next to impossible to change drastically and for this reason developing countries will continue to remain 'developing' without reaching the 'developed' phase.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 10:38 am 
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A few more photos from the streets:

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D7K_2303_1 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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D7K_2293_2 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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D7K_2500 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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D7K_2573 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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D7K_2577 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

6 tossing into the frying pan
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D7K_2568 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

7 impending landing in boiling oil
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D7K_2569 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

8 transformation
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D7K_2558 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

9 ready to be served to almost impatient customers :)
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D7K_2559 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

Strange thing I have noticed many a times that the degree of nonchalance is directly proportional to the taste of stuff prepared. Then this must be good to taste :)

P.S. Moderators and others, please feel free to let me know if you find my posts spaming the server and I will surely rein in my capture BBCode/HTML actions :)

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 5:10 pm 
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You've got some great shots there, it's quite an interesting set. I don't see what you mean with the unsharpness problem persisting, I actually see them quite sharp. Maybe you're pixel-peeping? I don't know.

Anyways, I think that what you've captured is what's actually important, I find this to be quite an interesting culture. Nice job :)

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 7:18 am 
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Thanks mate :)
Some shots I find really soft - specially 3,4,13,14 from the first set. But a lot has to do for this reduced contrast with gray scale increase in Irfanview.
Also for the second set, viewed at this size may be 'acceptably' sharp but viewed at larger sizes in flickr, sharpness takes a dent :oops: (but the view in light box feature of flickr is horrible...makes most shots appear fuzzy, view all sizes is much better).

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 13, 2013 4:24 am 
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And a few more -

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D7K_2732_1 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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D7K_2774_1 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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D7K_2720_1 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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D7K_2713_1 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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D7K_2702_1 by Jaydeep Majumdar, on Flickr

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