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Hey, guys!
Some of you may be finding Architectural Photography a bit of a challenge. Here is some help.
I am conducting a Webinar for Adobe and Better Photography on the subject on 21st Sept (3:00-4:30 pm).
Those interested may register here - http://candsevents.in/Adobe/q3/ARP/N18/index2.html
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Taking InFocus Turbo 5 Through Hell and Back - A VoLTE Smartphone Review #Travelure

The biggest challenge faced by cameras is Limited Dynamic Range. Let's see how InFocus Turbo 5 performs - Taking InFocus Turbo 5 Through Hell and Back!
http://www.travelure.in/taking-infocus-turbo-5-hell-back/
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A First-Timer's Photography Guide to New York:

What to shoot in NYC, Cool places in NYC for photography, NYC Best Photo Spots, Cool Photo spots of NYC – First-Timer’s Photography Guide New York

#travelure #travel
http://www.travelure.in/first-timers-photography-guide-new-york-city/
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Flowing Dreams – A Motion Blur Photo Tip:
It was a bright, sunny day in Pahalgam, Kashmir, India. And I wanted to capture the dreamy flow of Lidder River in motion blur. That was a challenge as it meant an extremely slow shutter speed, impossible to normally achieve on bright sunny days.

So, I narrowed the aperture to f/16 (it helped reduce the amount of light that entered the lens, helped increase depth of field for focus till infinity, but as setting it beyond f/16 would have led to diffraction that would take away the sharpness of the image, that was the narrowest I could afford to go), got the ISO setting to the slowest sensitivity (ISO 50) and fired a test shot. I got a decent exposure at 1/320.

That shutter speed wasn't good enough.

So, I screwed on the variable ND filter (2-400) and started to further slow the shutter speed. At maximum setting, the ND filter helped me stop down by 8.6 stops and I got the desired shutter speed of 1.3 secs.

Ankle-deep in fast flowing Lidder River, I balanced the tripod on the rocks around and shot this dreamy flow.

This was one of the 6 shots in my photo-essay - Flowing Dreams. This essay won me the Grand Prize in National Geographic Traveller's #GetOutThere Photo Essay Contest. You may see the whole photo-essay here - http://www.travelure.in/photo-essay-flowing-dreams/

Exif: 17mm; ISO 50; f/16; s/s 1.3 secs

#GplusPhotographyWeek #travelure #BetaabValley #Pahalgam #Kashmir
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