Scribbles from Bharatpur : Take off

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Adithya Biloor
Scribbles from Bharatpur : Take off
Last week I went to Bharatpur, Rajasthan along with fellow CNPians RD, Ramesh Adkoli and Prashanth Sampagar. Spent best 7 days of my life in recent years. The place was new to me. Moments were filled with joy. Lone walks in the sunny noons, mornings and evenings bedecked by the call and dance of Saurus cranes bedazzled me. At times I felt weak and vulnerable as a photographer. I didn't try hard, just let myself go and scribbled those moments on the sensor.
I will share some of them in the coming days.

As always waiting for your views.

Note: This was the first time I was using a 500 mm lens, hence felt great difficulty in achieving critical "blur'". Also my lens Nikon 200-500 is not very ' blur' lens. So, couldn't get what exactly in my mind. Hope to better the image in next visit. (I know here we don't discuss technical aspects. Sorry for bringing that.)
Tue Feb 14, 2017 11:58 pm
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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:19 pm

Crispness by definition is clear. There is only one place of the focus ring where the image appears perfectly focussed. This is interestingly not true with blur. Blur is a blur is a blur? No!! A few mm rotation often results in different, yet another blur with different emotional attributions. For my tastebuds I would have rotated it a degree or towards focus. Your thoughts?

Sarus cranes amazes me. There are together like a newly wedded couple for the entire life!! The rhythm of life can be seen/felt in every movement.

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Commentby Adithya Biloor on Wed Feb 15, 2017 10:53 pm

I agree with you Ganesh on all aspects. How much to blur is the question and each of us may differ on the amount of blur required !!

Yes, I too wish for a little more definition of the birds. I was shooting with a new lens and struggling to understand it. Will have to wait for the next trip to better it.

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Adithya Biloor
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Commentby dinesh.ramarao on Tue Feb 21, 2017 12:58 pm

On a lighter note, you didnot focus on the amount of blur :)
-RD

Commentby Prashanth Sampagar on Tue Feb 21, 2017 8:25 pm

For me it looks more like a dance move than a take off. Not sure may be monochrome in this case would've worked better?
BTW, I can understand the difficulty in handling new lens, you know the mistakes I did ;) .

Regards,
Prashanth


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