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.sumeetonline

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Sumeet
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Comments:
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Gender:
Male 
Location:
Pune 
Birthday:
1983 (34 years) 
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01/18/06 6:39 PM GMT09/01/08 6:10 PM GMT 

Recent Works by sumeetonline: (full gallery)

Ladybug by sumeetonline, Photography->Macro gallery Thorns and petals by sumeetonline, Photography->Flowers gallery Garden 5 by sumeetonline, Photography->Flowers gallery
Ladybug Thorns and petals Garden 5

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::arneh
01/28/06 11:17 PM GMT
Hi Sumeet ! Very welcome to Caedes...this is a place I think you will enjoy. Iดm very glad to find two comments from you on pictures of mine. Iดm really glad you enjoyed Orchids 7 and Horse On The Heath. I canดt exactly remember how the last one was taken...I think the focus is on the horse and I remember I did som editing afterwards. Adjusting brightness, contrast and saturation and so on..Thank you so much for your comments and welcome back !
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::RobNevin
02/05/06 11:40 PM GMT
Hey Sumeet .. welcome to Caedes!

Thanks for your kind comments on my posting "waiting".

Kindly,


Rob
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::Benroy
02/19/06 9:02 PM GMT
Hi Sumeet, thanks for your comments on Blea Tarn 1, very much appreciated. I always used to blow out the highlights aswell, until i got a graduated filter. I recommend it:)

Cheers............
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::Paul_Gerritsen
03/03/06 9:38 PM GMT
Ha, ha, all those questions about lenses again and again...
Ok I'll surprise you all, this is cheapest lens you'll find at ceades. It is an adapter lens I attached on to my standard Canon lens. The price? Only 27 Euros, which is about 30 US dollars. It has a magnification factor 4.
I bought it last week and I kind of like it. I can bring it with me in my pocket and screw it on top of any 58 mm lens whenever I need it.
So you see why I never give details about expensive equipement or lenses. I am almost ashame to use cheap rubbish to shoot things like this.
But it works out well enough, I guess.
But if you wonder why I get this image to be like this...the aperature was 36 at ISO 100.
And I must say that the image as it is shown here is actually dissapointing for me to see. I uploaded a really clean image file of 1.23 MB, but the oriinal quality was lost somewhere during the processing here at Ceades.
So the lesson for today: never blame your equipment!
Paul
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If you can't find the words, you may as well shoot it...
::marilynjane
03/06/06 2:31 PM GMT
Hi Sumeet, many thanks for liking and commenting on 'With Love, my Dear'! Very happy you enjoyed it and do hope you revisit my gallery again, I would enjoy that! Also, I would like to offer you a warm WELCOME to Ceades and hope you enjoy your stay here! You will meet many nice people on the site, so have fun! Sincerely, Marilyn
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.agnostico
04/25/06 10:50 PM GMT
Hi Sumeet, thanks for viewing and commenting on "The shadow of a roof", I'm glad you liked it.
Cheers.
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The painter constructs, the photographer discloses. (Susan Sontag)
.wencele
01/11/07 2:34 AM GMT
Hi Sumeet, Thank you for your comment on "Fall's Sparkling Light" - always appreciated! :)
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LOVE WINS.

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