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Commented on 04 Jul 2020 05:58:06

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Image by : dinesh.ramarao

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While making this image, i had not thought of any Raagas, However, when I saw the theme this month i thought of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YUO34WHNcc from Pt.Venkatesh Kumar and found the image from my vault. -RD

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Commented on 03 Jul 2020 04:29:29

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Image by : Madhav Jois

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Your seeing is different this lockdown period Madhav, -RD

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Commented on 03 Jul 2020 04:26:53

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Image by : Ghanshyam Savani

Comment by : dinesh.ramarao


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I'm yet to understand this Mahabharata series ! -RD

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Commented on 30 Jun 2020 05:08:52

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Image by : Madhav Jois

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OHO! Brilliant, this lock-down has made your seeing more creative and stronger in execution. Thanks for sharing Madhav, -RD

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Commented on 30 Jun 2020 05:03:14

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Image by : Adithya Biloor

Comment by : dinesh.ramarao


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Your personal forest was never explored prior this... We are coming. -RD

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Commented on 30 Jun 2020 04:57:23

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Image by : Adithya Biloor

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I'm coming Adithya, - RD

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Commented on 29 May 2020 04:51:11

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Image by : Rajkumar

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I have always liked your treatment of tones, as Nevil said, would like to hold a print of this in the next print meet. -RD

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Commented on 29 May 2020 04:49:52

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Image by : Snehal Patel

Comment by : dinesh.ramarao


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Ah, what and order of clutter ! -RD

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Commented on 29 May 2020 04:47:21

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

Comment by : dinesh.ramarao


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To the best of my understanding and opinion: Human learning is not just data pattern matching, but to "intelligently" process them to "understand" and "respond" , there is an element of "emotion", Now, so far, as on this day, Artificial Intelligence is pattern match and make decisions on the match and extrapolate "intelligence" to make it appear intelligent. The response is an action by AI, but to "respond" with "emotion" and "understanding" is still far away. Eventually, this could happen, we would have a emotionally wired robot. Coming to this image, this is not what we both had in our mind, few years back when we discussed the "blend". Surely not even close enough, to my mind. The algorithms by Harish Narayanan are his intelligence ? or is it an intelligence factor learnt by his lending of "match" , I'm lost thinking in this line. While being in developing algorithms world for over two decades has given some intelligence to me to understand new algorithms, I failed to understand this Deep Learning, MY INTELLIGENCE failure? So be it, but, but, this is a step in getting heterogeneous "styles" blended with content ? I think, these are our deep learning on new ways of creative work, but, can we give away creative thinking to technology? I have questions and questions, have not found answers, will keep trying. -RD

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Commented on 23 May 2020 03:52:35

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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Ganesh, I'm yet to understand deep learning, shall come back on this image sometime next week. On the first look, can AI deliver creativity ? Art and Art'ificial go together? -RD

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Commented on 27 Jan 2020 05:16:21

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Image by : PARMAR VIJAY

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And as Ganesh mentioned earlier, this is a winner , best wishes, -RD

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Commented on 27 Jan 2020 05:13:10

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Image by : dhaivat.hathi

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One 'winning' example of 'art of seeing' getting widened with 'urban setting' ... Best wishes -RD

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Commented on 27 Jan 2020 05:10:15

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Image by : Ghanshyam Savani

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I had totally missed this, saw this today. Indeed this is : ART OF SEEING : best wishes Ghanshyam. -RD

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Commented on 26 Nov 2019 05:42:54

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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Due on the quill? -RD

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Commented on 26 Nov 2019 05:40:50

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Image by : Mohammad Iqbal

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"Out of focus" have lead us to focus on the art of seeing over the years, - RD

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Commented on 26 Nov 2019 05:37:11

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Image by : ramesh_adkoli

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Baryta print for sure. - RD

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Commented on 26 Nov 2019 05:36:10

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Image by : Rajkumar

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What a clutter ! Thanks Raj, this has given me new images in my mind to realize them on the camera sensor. - RD

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Commented on 22 Nov 2019 05:57:38

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Image by : dinesh.ramarao

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Yes Ganesh, this is a dual exposure. Regarding the interpretation of the image, I leave it to the viewer. - RD

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Commented on 10 Sep 2019 07:54:06

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Image by : Nevil Zaveri

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When the purpose of life is served, for those leaves "fate" is dusted. They have lived to die, to reincarnate . -RD

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Commented on 10 Sep 2019 07:47:20

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Image by : Ashwini Kumar Bhat

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If you have clicked the clouds on the left side, stitch and make a bigger canvas Ashwini. If not this, next time you visit there :) -RD

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Commented on 10 Sep 2019 07:43:24

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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Great tones again, Ganesh. Both Adithya and Ramesh have pointed out the artifacts to work on. - RD

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Commented on 10 Sep 2019 07:39:50

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Those are the signature bar code thunderbolted trees of Dhikala, inverted and blended. - RD

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Commented on 03 Sep 2019 04:35:40

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Image by : Ghanshyam Savani

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I would say " a well defined path" - RD

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Commented on 03 Sep 2019 04:34:29

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Image by : Aniket R Thopate

Comment by : dinesh.ramarao


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"it speak volumes on mysteries of nature as well as aesthetics!" so true, Thanks for sharing Aniket. - RD

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Commented on 03 Sep 2019 04:31:58

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Image by : karthik_ak

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I would have cropped as a square from bottom (cropping off top and few pixels from bottom) & 180 degree turn and presented. Well, that would be me. Enjoyed this chaos. - RD