Thanks Abhinav. I live in Jakhan.Nice gullo, Where do you live in Dehradun ?? I am also from Dehradun ..
Thanks John. You deserve appreciation only.I'm not a photographic expert, but I find this shot lovely...
May experts start criticise me, instead of the OP
Thanks push21. Dehradun is not what it used to be.Gullo sir, Photo kaisee bhi ho, but Dehradun & Mussourie - Name itself takes us to the near to the mountains....nature...fresh air...cool breeze......yum...yum....mazza aa gaya....njoy!!!! will try to catch up with you next time whenever I'm at Dehradun......
Thanks SatinderGreat Experiment..........
Hello Mr. Gulloo,
Just found a tripod lying in the store and up went your gulloo on the roof. This is what I saw. Neighbouring houses and Mussourie lights.
Don't ask me about apertures or times. Just fumbled with a few shots till I clicked this.
Comments are invited.
Thanks Koshi Sir. I am currently reading the page you refered.Gulloo Ji, Good attempt. There is still a bit of blur in the image, possibly because of camera shake. Try to either lock the mirror and use a remote or use the timer.
The real beauty of night photography in this like of scenery is the blue colour the sky can acquire by long exposure. Wait till the nearby lights are off and try long exposure.
The most important thing is Keep Trying and again keep trying and then some more.
There are plenty of nice tutorials out there. Her is one of my recommendations:
10 Night Photography Tutorials For You To Try
Thanks Anup. Next time we meet, we would spend some time on photoshop. I am equally noob in photoshop too.Gulloo sir, a bit of blur and the black levels are deficient.
A quick post processing yields this:
Thanks Hensil. I used irfan view to cut it to 800x600 size which I usually do whenever I post here.However, now, I am posting the normal pic too. Please do have a look and pass comments. Does it have exif data or what should I do to post exif data ?Hello Mr. Gulloo,
This is the kind of picture that makes one get interested in photography. I know you just fumbled with the settings and got this picture but I am sure it did aroused some interest for more pictures like this.
Unknowingly, you have stripped the EXIF data from the picture, try not to. EXIF data will help us know all the settings of your camera.