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    Question High contrast & distinctive colours

    Hi pals...
    I was testing my weapon Nikon D70s with kit lens in all the modes and different settings to check the efficasy of it and was trying to find out what I can do with it.
    These all pics have taken with natural light..
    constructive comments are welcome as I 'm new bie here .Due to space constrain I 'm unable to post all pics as there are 50 over pics to show the difference
    Hope you will enjoy these pics....


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    Default Re: High contrast & distinctive colours

    Hi friend...
    It's a good try to dig and find out the treasure.
    Most of us didn't do so far and just blindly follow the websites and camera manual.
    And about pictures,all are in correct framing and applied nice contrast.
    I like the concept.
    Keep on shooting...
    Good luck

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    Default Re: High contrast & distinctive colours

    Most of the photographers curses the kit lens if the pic doesn't come as they expected. Now you have done a good trial to get more from that.
    Good work Santhosh
    Keep shooting and thanks for sharing

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    nice nice
    actually just wanna ask how you get the black background? Is it using a very small aperture?
    wat settings you used?
    thanks!

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    Default Re: High contrast & distinctive colours

    Quote Originally Posted by duhduh83
    nice nice
    actually just wanna ask how you get the black background? Is it using a very small aperture?
    wat settings you used?
    thanks!
    Thanks for your appreciation..
    I got this black background by using black drawing paper which i bought from popular ...
    The light was not strong...so i was forced to use big aperture as 4.5 and shutter speed of 15..

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