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Old Mar 29, 2011, 1:30 AM   #1
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So I found some shots on my camera, none too amazing.

Basic pp on picnic.


Marine Drive by babasujaan, on Flickr


Nariman Point by babasujaan, on Flickr


Sunset over the Sealink.. by babasujaan, on Flickr
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I really like the sunset shot, the sun has an interesting halo around it.
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Its the misty air in Bombay...I'm not sure whether its pollution or just haze....but its hard to see far.
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Interesting shots.

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Very nice shots and really extraordinary coloring of the buildings.
My favorite is the sunset.
I am just experimenting with shots of sunrises and sunsets, but I didn't have success.
Maybe you could give me some advice?

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Old Mar 30, 2011, 1:42 AM   #6
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Thanks people.

Stefan, I usually like to use the sunset mode for sunsets and sunrises...gives me a richer red/orange tint...thanks to Mtclimber for that hint btw.
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