Thank you. I have just seen some of your works at Flickr!nice. I like the way you do the framing and yr copyright without spoiling it.
Keep up the good work!
Thank you!nice colours!
love to see more =)
Dark side :bsmilie:oo.. finally a dslr. nice to see you joining the darkside too
you've an interesting eye for composition
Thank you!Well-done! I think the photos fit the theme well. :thumbsup:
:sweat: You have realised that. I tried many times to try shooting as parallel as possible. It is very difficult unless I have a tripod.for #4 pic, perhaps you should artificially shift your photo parallel with the colored wall like what Tilt & Shift lens will do. It'll look a lot nicer.
i love the colours of little india.. and i think you captured them well..
Well done, all of them were well composed.
The colours were very eye catching
Hope to see more
Lovely pictures. #1 & #2 have the colours standing out.
Thank youLove the color ..very rich
Thank you. I have not shoot any cosplay with the new camera. 5 more mths to CosFest!!! See you there (if I am there. I hope so).Nice stuff you got there, and welcome to the Nikon world
]well, just want to get your perspective rite. there's no way u can take it a building without the converging/diverging lines even with tripod. Its not so much of holding well or not. Its more of the viewpoint. In order to eliminate the converging/diverging lines, you'll have to be on same level plane as the subject, in this case the building. So unless there's another building across the block you shoot, or you have a wing/power suit to elevate yourself, there isn't a way to do that.
Traditionally (back in film days) Tilt & Shift is the only easiest means. Today, digital darkroom does it all. Good luck!