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Ramesh Yadav
London photographer - www.ramyad.net
London photographer - www.ramyad.net
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HDR with a Tilt/Shift lens :-)
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From under the road bridge in the Business Bay area
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The Burj al Arab at sunset
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I went to Dubai because I love cityscapes and Dubai does not disappoint on that front. So here is one of the common views of downtown Dubai that I made.
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A view of Cairo, Egypt from the hotel roof. The Pyramids of Giza are visible on the horizon.

The smog and clouds caused the golden hour to cast a warm glow over this view. The HDR retained the range in the high contrast.
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Following on from the night photography tutorial, here is one that may help with you panorama photography.

I hope that my posts are interesting and have helped you in some way. I would like to continue to learn and also to share and my hope for this community is that we all learn and share openly.

As well as show off London and its sites to the world of Google Communities :-)

http://www.ramyad.net/blog/how-to-take-panoramic-pictures/

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If you would like to try your hand at taking photographs at night. Or maybe you are not getting the results that you have imagined then maybe this tutorial I wrote might provide some tips to help you with your photography.

http://www.ramyad.net/blog/how-to-take-photos-at-night/

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Following on from the previous post on the London Eye in the blue hour. Many dedicated photographers will stand in a spot they have found and will wait as the light changes and will continue to capture the scene.

So this is me, dedicating myself to getting the shot and standing in this place for over 2 hours. Luckily there was a hotdog/burger stand behind me for when I needed a snack.One reason why night time photography is bad for you :-)

I guess this post belongs in the Night Photography and Panorama catergory. I'll stick with the Panorama category so it follows on from the previous post.

Anyway, same problem in that the London Eye is moving and with a night time shot, the exposure is nuch longer. This time, I could afford to wait until the London Eye stopped because the light is not really changing now.
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The London Eye taken in the blue hour - This view is taken from the north east side of Westminster Bridge. There is a nice spot after the first flight of steps leading to the undeground that lets you see this view.

This was a difficult view to take, primarily because I tried to time it when the wheel stopped for a short period. However, in the blue hour, the light is changing so quickly that you can' t afford to wait. So, you have to go for a higher ISO (which gives you a faster shutter speed) and make sure the wheel is in the middle of one of your panorama shots. The merging software will screw up the wheel and so you then go back and blend in the clean photo of the wheel :-)
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