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Thursday, June 16, 2005

Its fun to capture the play of light....

Day and natural...


Night and man made...

12 Comments:

Blogger Maran said...

Is that Napoleon? Nice shot.

3:49 AM  
Blogger ian said...

i agree - photography is simply drawing with light as somebody famous once said!

3:51 AM  
Blogger  said...

Nice shots; mind sharing the exposure details of the second one?

6:53 AM  
Anonymous Lara Barrett said...

These are great! You've captured the light beautifully in both shots!

7:08 AM  
Blogger :: S-a-t-z :: said...

Gud ones.. I feel first pic is better.. ya Nature is always lovely compared 2 man made :P

9:36 AM  
Blogger Srikanth said...

great one. First was just too good.. great use of light.

10:48 AM  
Anonymous Sudarshan said...

@Maran: No. But thanks Maran :)
@Timurilenk: Thank you.
@Kousik: It was Kodak 100 slides, f/16, 15sec. Thanks.
@Lara: Thanks Lara
@Satz: Thanks dude.
@Sri: Thanks Sri.

1:54 AM  
Blogger Suyog said...

Great shots! Truly understandining light is the essence of photography!

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Sudarshan said...

Yeah it is.Thanks Suyog.

12:04 AM  
Anonymous Others said...

OPINIONS

Hey great pictures
deepa | www.lifeofastruggler.rediffblogs.com | 06.17.05 - 10:48 am | #

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Looks like the guy on the horseback is carrying the Sun with him Nice angle.
Potpourri | Homepage | 06.17.05 - 10:52 am | #

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hi first time on ur blog,
iv a view to share - kousik,satz,vivek,lavannya,u to name a few are some of the elite pros in the blog world

wow amazing rays of the sun uv caught
where is this statue

btw 8 yrs in a single company, thats some kind of company loyalty to be learnt ahh !!

do visit my blog , i too like capturing moments of life n nature and want to fine tune and master the art of photography

have begun in asmall way
karthik | Homepage | 06.17.05 - 2:09 pm | #

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err i reffered to the bangalore blog world
karthik | www.karthiklg.blogspot.com | 06.17.05 - 2:10 pm | #

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This time, I love the titles as much as the pictures. The first looks like a statue of George Washington, or Paul Revere. I am Americacentric, aren't I?

I like the way you captured the natural against the manmade. They are both beautiful, but I'm a sucker for the first one. The bottom one reminds me of the play of lights and water at Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island in Canada.
Mermaid | Homepage | 06.17.05 - 3:43 pm | #

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hmm... looks like you are enjoying your experiments with light.. keep it up! thats the best way to learn the capabilities of your camera and its limits.
Dr Vivek M L | Homepage | 06.18.05 - 1:27 am | #

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@Deepa: Thanks. Keep visiting
@Potpourri: yeah he does. Thanks
@Karthik: I beg to differ...please dont include me in that league of stalwarts...I have a long way to go. This was a statue in Vienna.Thanks.
@Mermaid: The first picture was shot in Vienna and the second one with the head lamps at Frankfurt. Thanks.
@Vivek: I have realised that photography is more than just " point and shoot". I have done a few experiments...will share them soon. Thanks.
Sudarshan | Homepage | 06.18.05 - 5:15 am | #

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the first one is brilliant.. wonderful capture.. the person(statue) is truly riding with the sun..

and the presentation byt juxtpositioning these two pictures with appropriate titles is really cool..

keep up the good work dude... and keep experimenting.. and I hope u share more of them
Kishore | Homepage | 06.19.05 - 2:02 am | #

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the first shot is amazing! real nice!
Nish | Homepage | 06.19.05 - 6:48 am | #

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grt pics buddy...... came here through deepa....
BaTiStA | www.endoflove.rediffblogs.com | 06.20.05 - 12:38 am | #

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@Kishore, Nish and Batista: Thanks guys.
Sudarshan | Homepage | 06.20.05 - 3:17 am | #

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Liked the way u have captured the Sun rays. I am planning to buyPanasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20 any thots on that?
Vevck | 06.20.05 - 9:34 am | #

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i surely liked the first ones better
samudra | www.samudraa.blogspot.com | 06.21.05 - 5:40 am | #

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@Vevck: Thanks..shall check and let you know about the model.
@Samudra: Thanks Samudra.
Sudarshan | Homepage | 06.22.05 - 5:04 am | #

1:52 AM  
Blogger small squirrel said...

the first, while technically nice made me feel nothing... which is probably my issue :) but still not evocative for me

the second was very evocative, motion, light.... I felt the rush.

8:56 AM  
Anonymous Sudarshan said...

Thanks Jess for the comments.

7:02 AM  

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