I had a pretty packed weekend this time...Two Barbecue parties, movie and lots a sleeping as well. Took some photos while roaming around and caught this lovely snap of a mother asking her lovely daughter to pose for the camera. You can see the sparkle in the face of the sweet girl as she smiles for the camera. One clear advantage of having a 300mm is that it allows you to be so far from the subject that the presence of the observer (aka photographer) never intrudes into the expressions of the subject. I also experimented with HDR and some blurs. Feedback and likes appreciated as always... BTW: Delhi Belly is awesome...a must watch for every movie buff.

Vital Settings


Camera Make: Canon EOS 1000D ISO: 1600; Lens: 300.0 mm; Aperture: f/5.6; Shutter Speed: 1/200 s Auto white balance; Auto exposure ; Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

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Vital Settings


Camera Make: Canon EOS 1000D ISO: 1600; Lens: 75.0 mm; Aperture: f/4.0; Shutter Speed: 1/3 s Auto white balance; Auto exposure ; Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

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Vital Settings


Camera Make: Canon EOS 1000D ISO: 400; Lens: 30.0 mm; Aperture: f/4.5; Shutter Speed: 1/6 s Auto white balance; Auto exposure ; Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

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  • Naveen Kumar

    Wish the first image was slightly lower ISO.  nice moment captured though

    • Anonymous

      Well that’s the disadvantage of the 300mm (x1.6 for crop body) lens…It wasn’t that bright and with 1600 ISO the shutter speed was 1/200…which made it quite difficult to steady any lower ISO taking the shot would have been impossible… 

  • Preetish

    wonderful dude

    • Anonymous

      Thanks 

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