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Published: Thursday 1st of January 1970 12:00:00 AM


Kaushik Chatterjee
Beautiful, Nice shot Tuhinda, Jhalong is very much photogenic. I was there for two days but the camera was not working. But suprisingly after returning the camera began to work automatically. My luck was not with me there. About this one, I love this one very much specially the faded mountain range and the clouds. IMO One thing is distracting, the peeping branches in the right of the frame. Rgds.

A.K. Sircar
Beautiful landscape.

Anatolij Blaszewicz
Nice landscape

alexandra rauh
Pleasant to look at.like the continuation of the mountains and the sunny space in front. I agree ,it does not need the branch on the right to hold on. regards.

Pnina Evental
Tuhin,nice landscape. I like the clouds and the misty mountains. I wish a bit more space in the fg, as the yellow part and path are a bit tight, and are very nice, giving a good lighted color point to the composition. Pnina

Tuhin Saha
thanks Cherlyn and Anatolij .

Tuhin Saha
thanks Dilipda for your effort in helping me , with more saturation and hike in levels , the photo does look better . I use D70's ISO 400 because it gives more flexibility and I find it nothing to complaint about ( about dirts ) . The type of lens I used , I can safely click my shutter at 1/30 . It was 1/60 here .Hence , the use of tripod was/is not an issue . Thanks .

Tuhin Saha
thanks Amalda , Richard , Kaushik , Pnina and Alexandra ..thanks for leting me know what you feel :)

Richard Hans
Very nice!!!

Cherlyn .
The floating clouds, the misty distant mountains, the yellow fields are all elements to a good landscape composition. The branch is not that noticeable, to me.

Tuhin Saha
thanks Paula for ur visit and critique .

Dilip Kumar Singha
Potential Landscape: Excellent composition, there was a very high potentiality in this shot to be a superb landscape. The problem appears to be the haze / smoke filled in the vast empty space. This is a characteristic problem in the hills of West Bengal. Clean environment exists only after heavy shower. The combination (ISO 400, No tripod & 1/60 SS) also may not be very suitable but may be the compulsion of the moment. You have tried Circular Polariser also. Right now only editing can improve the photograph significatly. I have tried but do not know how much it improves and whether you like it or not? Congratulation!

Paula Grenside
Love the fading mountains in the background and then the crips clouds rising. Great depth.

Armindo Lopes
To me, the shot is fine and the compositon is okay. I don't understand some comments you have here. You could do this shot with ISO 100, 60 sec (or less) without a tripod. With ISO above 200 I can have grain but at lower light conditions, like at dusk.

Tuhin Saha
thanks for your opinion Armindo .

Ram Thakur
Hi Tuhin! Getting back on PN after ages here in Dubai. You know the reason: I live in the LAND OF TABOOS! Lovely landscape. I do not like the workshop done by someone here. The original is the best.

Tuhin Saha
Jhalong Welcome ..

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