Recent 25 Comments by kiran_sham


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Commented on 05 Sep 2018 16:18:51

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Image by : Ghanshyam Savani

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Probably the story of life for most of us... I could so well "connect" to this image of yours, Ghanshyam! Especially after having listened thru your write up from Nevil during the CNP meet.

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Commented on 31 Aug 2018 11:18:24

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Image by : kiran_sham

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Thanks a lot for your kind words! I will try my best to be more regular.

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Commented on 31 Aug 2018 11:16:01

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Image by : ramesh_adkoli

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Aahh... nature's labyrinth! Somehow reminds me of the window patterns in some of the forts in Jaisalmer!! I have an almost identical frame btw :)

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Commented on 25 Oct 2016 03:04:33

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Image by : Pratik Pradhan

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Lovely work Pratik,.. Nicely seen and well thought of, to go low key... Close observation reveals just how symmetric the wings are!!

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Commented on 25 Oct 2016 03:00:04

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Image by : Madhav Jois

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Wonderful creation sir... The aura of life radiating out...

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Commented on 22 May 2015 08:35:17

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Image by : Rajkumar

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Just brilliant visuals...

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Commented on 31 Mar 2015 16:48:16

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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Fantastic work, once again! You had mentioned about the brush strokes effect that you get with the pan (with backdrop being close to the subject) when we were in Bharatpur... So I guessed that part the moment I saw this image... what made me curious was that we have both horizontal as well as vertical lines.. :) thanks for sharing... as always, you have again raised the bar :)

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Commented on 03 Aug 2014 16:19:18

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Image by : kiran_sham

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Thanks a lot to each one of you for that feedback... GaneshaNNa.. yes, the hope for survival, hope for a better tomorrow indeed! Adithya - that made the image a little too flat for my liking... so i preferred to have it this way.. Thanks once again!

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Commented on 26 Jun 2013 11:32:58

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Image by : kiran_sham

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Thanks everyone for taking time to provide your feedback. GaneshaNNa, thanks! I do have a B&W as well, but I thought for a change, I should go with colors!! :) Samyak - it is just a vertical panning.

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Commented on 14 Apr 2013 08:20:03

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Image by : Saurabh R. Desai

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Very interesting one Saurabh. Almost as though the soul of the heron is shadowing it impeccably.. Monochrome version might even suit that story better... what do you think?

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Commented on 13 Apr 2013 21:47:27

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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Very clearly remember this GaneshaNNa... I was just a few feet away from you with my 11-16 doing similar images.. but I ended up deleting all of them :) Very well done. The tilt has given a very good perspective here. Just one question... I know it was the natural orange and blue in the frame, but that combination of those 2 together probably asks for another contrasting color's presence in between the 2 of them??? or may be it's just my eyes??

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Commented on 13 Apr 2013 21:43:14

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Image by : Debiprakash Dass

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To me, this is a very bold image Debi-da (if I may call so). No matter how much one tries to ignore a tiger, its presence creates an unprecedented adrenaline rush!! And controlling it and making unconventional yet artistic images is just isn't easy! Very well seen and extremely well done!

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Commented on 28 Feb 2013 09:23:36

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Image by : kiran_sham

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Thanks a lot for those meaningful words... I wonder why I didn't try out that crop.. sounds so logical and gives a good steady balance to the frame. Thanks again!

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Commented on 26 Feb 2013 17:51:44

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Image by : sahanabalkal

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This is very unique Sahana. Very well seen and done. I agree with Nilanjanda's comments... I think a better composition could have been possible.. pano might surely be great. Overall, the idea is a hands down winner.

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Commented on 20 Feb 2013 20:45:28

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Image by : Praveen P Mohandas

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Good work Praveen. Very well seen indeed.

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Commented on 16 Feb 2013 20:08:25

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Image by : Abhisek Majumdar

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Fantastic creation buddy... You know how I was struggling to find the right bushes to make something out of this... great work and very well seen.

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Commented on 09 Feb 2013 21:46:15

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Image by : dinesh.ramarao

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RD, I think the contrast in the frame so well suits the title of the image here... I think you have rightly articulated thru this image, how a chaotic mind could be visually represented... thanks for sharing!

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Commented on 09 Feb 2013 21:41:12

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Image by : AbhishekD

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The one in the foreground WITHOUT the one in the background would have made this just another image... As Nirlep rightly mentioned, it is the dual character that has made this frame. You might want to check on those brown patches scattered here and there on the frame.. that is not really adding any value in my opinion.. but I am sure you would have put it there for a reason.. so would like to know more from you on that. Good work overall. Thanks for sharing.

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Commented on 07 Feb 2013 21:37:22

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Image by : AratiRao

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Oh.. what a title you have got for this one Arati... Without having to read any further, my mind immediately connected that with the image... good work indeed! Thanks for sharing!

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Commented on 06 Feb 2013 20:25:38

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Image by : Abhisek Majumdar

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Buddy, this is the best one from the whole series... I just loved every pixel of this one.. I am not at all good when it comes to putting expressions and emotions into words but Dada has done a wonderful job in saying what I too felt.. absolutely fantastic work!!

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Commented on 29 Jan 2013 16:56:26

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Image by : kiran_sham

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Got it... mine is indeed around 70 dpi... and now I also see that there is a huge difference in grains when I see it on a laptop display... hmmmm... very good learning! http://members.ping.de/~sven/dpi.html

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Commented on 29 Jan 2013 14:35:45

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Image by : kiran_sham

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Thanks Ganeshanna, Dada and RD... I am just wondering, can someone please tell me how to check the dpi or ppi of my display? To me, the grain looks "just enough" but it could be me.. or it could be my display!! Any inputs? Or as i type here, I realize that i can Google for it :)

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Commented on 29 Jan 2013 14:22:44

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Image by : ramesh_adkoli

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The most popular guy from Bharatpur... he probably opened his eye for 1 second in the entire 7 days we saw him there... and you have caught him with that :) Good work Ramesh!!

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Commented on 29 Jan 2013 14:18:31

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Image by : Ganesh H Shankar

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The most memorable image of the lot, Ganeshanna... I just wish I could "see" even half of what you generally "see"... just fantastic!

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Commented on 27 Jan 2013 12:38:49

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Image by : Abhisek Majumdar

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"Paired" should indeed be the title, as Dada mentioned... while I was going completely blank on what to make seeing them live in action, you were very busy making images.. good work buddy. Personally I would have preferred a slightly lesser de-focus, but this one also works well...