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© Muhammad Muhsin
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UploadedApril 27, 2009
TakenApril 27, 2009
MakeNikon Corporation
Exposure1/125 sec at f/4.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length180 mm
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Q: Indoor Volleyball Pictures

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this was shot today while i was demonstrating my new tripod and 180mm macro lens to fellow photographers Shajee and Abid..

while i love my new tripod, Shajee ridiculed it in zero seconds and said his was much better :)

the 180mm lens is ideal for portraits in daylight, it gives great compression and has decent sharpness, but nothing to rave about though :)

while the shutter/aperture combo was safe enough to be handheld, i still shot it on the tripod :)

chose to leave it in color, the monochrome version didn't have as much impact :)

ISO 1600 :)

thanks for viewing :) lets see what u think :)

muhammad muhsin

2 responses

  • Jahanzeib Malik

    Jahanzeib Malik said (27 Apr 2009):

    Can u every satisfy shahjee? A BIG NO :P
    He's like this neva mind lol
    u have not shown me ur new tripod! man, would have called me :(
    A good portrait of him, but u'd know that to photograph anyperson with his/her glasses on ... :)
    Good one :)
    N yes when we are going for an outdoor buddy......??????

  • Jamie Alexander

    Jamie Alexander (Deleted) gave props (30 Apr 2009):

    Great portrait - you're right, the colour does have impact in this shot.

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