Recent 25 Comments by Adithya Biloor


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Commented on 26 Apr 2018 14:52:10

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Image by : Saurabh R. Desai

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...Story of 3 egrets ... Nice image and title.

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Commented on 26 Apr 2018 14:50:57

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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As Ganesh says, "Thank you"

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Commented on 30 Mar 2018 08:56:25

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Image by : RohanJ

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Welcome to CNP Rohan! . Excellent image to start with. There is a tension in the mage. leafless tree with spike kind of branches, horns of the blackbucks crating a sort of tension. Hope to see many more likethis in future.

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Commented on 14 Mar 2018 06:02:12

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Image by : Rajkumar

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Oh, yes, I agree with Prashanth on the backlit tree part. But, then again, that would have diluted the "essential hornbill" part. Photo or digital art? Couple of years back I was contemplating over the photographs of a photographer who shot only black and white photographs. Only blacks and whites, no greys in between. To get that effect he must have pushed brightness and contrast slider to extreme, (in some photos). Is it a photo or Digital art? But suddenly something flashed in my mind. What if he had a camera which can handle only 2-3 stops of dynamic range? Which can produce only black and white photos? Wait, then again, b/w itself is unrealistic. I never see anything in b/w. But, then again [quote:36ln3f62]I need to understand this. If extreme contrast or such adjustment leads to suppression of key objects in the image, does "nothing added/taken away" hold?"[/quote:36ln3f62] is a valid question. Probably I agree with Ganesh [b:36ln3f62]Truth is a lie[/b:36ln3f62]

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Commented on 12 Mar 2018 07:44:14

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Image by : Raviprakash S S

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Ah, hint of a snake :) Liked this image.

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Commented on 06 Mar 2018 11:59:19

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Image by : nevilzaveri

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Ah, very unlike Nevil :)

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Commented on 06 Mar 2018 11:57:26

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Image by : trvikas

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Yes, very bold. Liked it a lot.

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Commented on 15 Feb 2018 14:20:21

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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Coming back again to this image. After these many years I like to delete all my previous comments and just say "hats off". Everything is perfectly perfect. My only wish now is to see a print of this image.

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Commented on 13 Feb 2018 06:35:20

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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enjoying your creations. Liked this a lot.

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Commented on 08 Feb 2018 16:17:37

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Image by : sudarshan bharadhwaj

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A litter bigger image, preferably between 1200-1400 in longest side would do proper justice to the image.

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Commented on 22 Dec 2017 19:16:02

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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Very refreshing, liked this a lot.

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Commented on 22 Oct 2017 13:39:34

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Image by : Gaurav Vashisht

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There is harmony between the monkeys. Probably I would prefer to crop the image from the bottom for about 3 inches, till the black portion touches the left edge of the frame.

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Commented on 22 Oct 2017 13:37:00

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Image by : Gaurav Vashisht

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An excellent image for my taste buds Gaurav. Dominating black and the placement and posture of the parrot is giving a melancholic touch to the image.

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Commented on 05 Sep 2017 14:14:16

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Image by : Adithya Biloor

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[quote:htrltyd9]Wow which place?[/quote:htrltyd9] Gudavi, near Sorab, Karnataka.

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Commented on 05 Sep 2017 09:08:17

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Image by : Adithya Biloor

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Me and Prashanth Sampagar went there before this Ganesh Chaturthi. How was it when you went there? Would love to see your images.

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Commented on 27 Aug 2017 09:14:00

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Image by : Raviprakash S S

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wow, excellent seeing! Would love to see other versions.

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Commented on 27 Aug 2017 09:11:12

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Image by : Rajkumar

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[quote:xc06ds65]memories well scratched[/quote:xc06ds65] Optly described. Background has almost completely lost "realistic"look and looks flat which I liked a lot.

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Commented on 27 Aug 2017 09:06:18

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Image by : Rajkumar

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how would have it looked if you hadn't curbed your "basic instinct?" :) Nice colors.

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Commented on 24 Aug 2017 02:26:47

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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The arrogance of the man is like that horizon, endless , limitless. While we all contribute to the destruction of the nature by one or the other way, mostly inevitably, this arrogance of the man is very disturbing.

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Commented on 24 Aug 2017 02:14:44

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Image by : jayesh joshi

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Very interesting effect. Looks like moth is sitting on a rotating ball.

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Commented on 23 Aug 2017 09:42:23

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Image by : raghuae

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Is it multiple exposure? 'Rawnewss' in the image is interesting.

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Commented on 17 Aug 2017 10:32:59

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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Indeed a melody...

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Commented on 16 Aug 2017 18:37:52

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Image by : Raviprakash S S

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[quote:t9wg66dx]I am wondering if this is compliment or feedback to look for diversity in subject/way i capture nowadays[/quote:t9wg66dx] It is a compliment :)

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Commented on 16 Aug 2017 05:46:56

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Image by : Raviprakash S S

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I agree with Raj, Liked the graphical quality. Your images are becoming more graphical nowadays.

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Commented on 16 Aug 2017 05:32:22

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Image by : Adithya Biloor

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[quote:uy6v0flq](at least I think so :) )[/quote:uy6v0flq] If not you who else can critic Ganesh ? Privilege is mine . @Raj, I was waiting for your views, Glad that you replied. [quote:uy6v0flq]Is taking a picture same as plucking at a slightly higher leve[/quote:uy6v0flq] Then expressing "emotions" through "flower" is making a bokeh out it . :) I have tried to consolidate how [b:uy6v0flq]"why photography ?[/b:uy6v0flq]" in me changed over couple of years. Couldn't do that effectively, anyway, below is a small write up I wrote in that context. Why photography? My journey with this thought process. My journey with photography was neither accidental nor intentional. I was a student of theatre arts before dwelling into photography. During my repertory days I had a small film camera and trying to learn the basics of visual aesthetics. By it's very nature drama has a deep connection with society. While studying there we were taught art can't exist for art's sake. It should have a purpose. We are part of society and we , as an artist, have obligations towards society. We should make sure that it is contributing to the good of the society. When I settled in my native as a farmer I wanted to continue as a dramatist, but couldn't because of some reasons. Somehow my interest in photography grew and started doing it, unknowingly nature photography became my main area of interest. During my initial days there was a strange friction inside me. I was feeling bad for taking only " beautiful" photographs. I was forgetting the pain and agony in the world in my art. I was not contributing anything to society. This made me frustrated. I was contemplating over this. However, in the dilemma I continued to do nature photography. Tried to learn the intricacies of it. Slowly I started making experiments. I wanted to hide the "beauty" . I Tried abstracts. I wanted to know by removing the "reality" whether I can take it to "next level" . Then tried to depict human emotions through nature photography, tried to juxtapose human and nature. While those questions still haunting me new ones started arising. Does this "imposed duty" necessary? Doesn't it derogatory to term one as superior and other as inferior? Isn't it the ego of artist to claim himself/herself as the solution to maladies in society? And Where does artists freedom lies? There were these and many other questions too. Then some philosophical questions started arising. Why should " I " be the centre of photography ?" Photography is like meditating. A process where I go through trance like state. Then why can't the output be like that? An output devoid of me. Not losing the personal ego, but losing the ego of "creation". Questions still continue....