Recent 25 Comments by Vijay Mohan Raj


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Commented on 20 Sep 2015 19:57:48

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Image by : Shivang Mehta

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Nice image, I wish I could see more in the horizon, the backlight and the stride works well.

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Commented on 20 Sep 2015 19:56:15

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Image by : ashish parmar

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I like this unique perspective, the radiating lines and the monochromatic graphic effect works.

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Commented on 20 Sep 2015 19:55:15

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Image by : Anuroop Krishnan

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Nice one Anuroop, love how everything comes together for this.

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Commented on 05 Sep 2015 09:49:07

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Image by : Shivang Mehta

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Amazing image, love this different wide angle shot, the spread out ears make this image, the textures of the Elephants and the blue sky still comes across inspite of the main subject being in shadow.

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Commented on 29 Aug 2015 18:40:07

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Image by : dhaivat hathi

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Lovely play of muted colours, works very well.

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Commented on 29 Aug 2015 18:39:05

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Image by : minal patel

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Nice graphic image, apart from what Ganesh has said, it would be nice if the horizon was not centered. Lucky you get an arrangement like this.

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Commented on 11 Jul 2015 09:28:33

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Image by : saimahmed

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Very interesting perspective like how the elephant and the tree come together in spite of this asymmetrical presentation

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Commented on 07 May 2015 00:49:27

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Image by : Anuroop Krishnan

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Lovely wide angle perspective, wish there was some dramatic light. I think a use of fill flash sidelit with underexposing the overall scene would have made the lizard stand out.

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Commented on 17 Mar 2015 17:33:50

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Image by : Kazi Nasir

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Sorry I have been a little erratic in accessing CNP, weLcome to CNP Kazi. You have a great collection of fine art images. I really like the reflections and the graphic nature of this image.. Looking forward to see great collections from you

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Commented on 18 Dec 2014 17:59:15

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Image by : Prashanth Sampagar

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Very unique take on the spider web, I liked the musical notes connection

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Commented on 09 Nov 2014 17:51:54

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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Ganesh, the use of selective focus and the graphical nature of the elements come together so well. This image is a masterclass on how to use the TS lens and also you need not go far to make compelling nature images.

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Commented on 06 Oct 2014 00:06:51

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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Lovely to see a colorful image from you Ganesh, the monsoon feel comes across nicely. I like the scale of depiction, the raised wings of the insect actually makes it to stand out so much rather than tame one. The antennae (?) and the wings compliment so well. Reminds me of the recent Africa TV series where a lizard is hopping around a lion. I would not mind going in close by cropping.

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Commented on 09 Sep 2014 21:34:44

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Image by : Saurabh R. Desai

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Love the feel here Saurabh, wish the bird was a little lower the eye could actually travel more in the frame. In nature we take what it gives. The mood settles in so well here

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Commented on 09 Sep 2014 00:39:56

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Image by : angadachappa

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Welcome to CNP Angad, a lovely opening image. I like how the spotlight brings focus to the beetle. The hint of black in the right tones all around helps. I suggest if you are keen to shoot macro the need for a polariser is very important. Looking forward for your creations here.

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Commented on 08 Aug 2014 01:27:49

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Image by : abhijit madangeri

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I think one of the dangers of safari images is sometimes the subject is not to the desirable portrait standards but the light and play works to create mood images. In this case it falls a little short of conveying the mood. I suggest a b/w conversion with some burn around to bring about the spotlight effect. Hope I understood the image well. I suggest writing a few lines in cases on such images.

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Commented on 08 Aug 2014 01:23:32

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Image by : abhijit madangeri

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Nice image this Abhijit, the birds leaving the frame work well, CNP as a forum is not instinctive, most of the members take time to go over the images again and again and then respond. I am undecided about having the second bird in the edge, it sort of distracts but at the same time adds. It was nice talking to you.

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Commented on 06 Aug 2014 09:19:37

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Image by : daanish21

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Loved the Chiaroscuro effect, the motion makes it so special. I think we grossly underestimate our beautiful spotted deer, wish there a good body of work on the chital.

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Commented on 06 Aug 2014 09:17:56

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Image by : Samyak

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Interesting perspectvie Samyakk, I wish the Dragonfly was hovering, should have taken it to another feel.

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Commented on 06 Aug 2014 09:16:45

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Image by : Arun S K

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Arun I love the color version as well, the setting was so memorable, wish we could do more such photography in Corbett.

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Commented on 06 Aug 2014 09:15:54

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Image by : ramesh_adkoli

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This is so good, I love how the OOF fg brings focus to the bird. Lovely subject should thank Ganesh for showing the way how to shoot. I did a different version of the same. Arun S K version is also up.

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Commented on 01 Aug 2014 01:48:26

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Image by : daanish21

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I remember reading a book by Andy Rouse where he has dedicated a chapter on the 'Red' zone of the image and how one can achieve that. That was in my initial days and I strived to get it and could get it easily. This is a lovely image taken much further because of a lovely interaction. The challenge remains 'is the mood the main stay or the setting?'. This actually works on both the fronts. I would suggest pulling back the reds a bit because it seems to take away rather than add.

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Commented on 29 Jul 2014 09:17:25

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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Ghanshyamji, welcome to CNP, nice opening image. As a composition I would love to see the green twirl in the red. At the scale of depiction I think it is a crop because the critical sharp focus area is absent in the frame.

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Commented on 28 Jul 2014 22:02:00

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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A fine setting, depicting a true jungle moment. The hint of color actually pushes up the image.

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Commented on 16 Jul 2014 08:03:47

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Image by : ramesh_adkoli

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Love this , the shake make it worthwhile. I am not sure of the tint though.

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Commented on 14 Jul 2014 09:23:55

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Image by : Abhisek Majumdar

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Very lovely setting and love the composition Abhisek, The minimalist elements balance it well.