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    Happy Diwali!

    Wish all my friends on CiC & their families a very Happy & Prosperous Diwali. (13-11-2012)
    Took this shot of celebrations from my balcony.

    Happy Diwali!

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    Re: Happy Diwali!

    Thank you, Sahil and I hope you and your family are enjoying the festival and that you have all good fortune.

    And, it's a super image.

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    Re: Happy Diwali!

    thank you Sahil
    happy Diwali to you too

    it's a very very beautiful night\fire shot! can you please share the exif?
    thank you

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    Re: Happy Diwali!

    Ah, that explains the fireworks here too.

    I can be really uninformed at times

    Enjoy the celebrations Sahil (and your lovely wife)

    Cheers,

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    Re: Happy Diwali!

    Great shot! I like fireworks shots that have foregrounds which "ground" the fireworks rather than simply shots of fireworks againat a black sky...
    Last edited by rpcrowe; 14th November 2012 at 03:21 PM.

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    Re: Happy Diwali!

    Thanks, Donald, Nicola, Dave & Richard.
    Our Diwali celebrations were just ok this year. My aunt (mom's elder sister) passed away a few days back, which was very disheartening for us. We had lost all the charm for the celebrations. So I took the pictures instead of going in for full celebration.

    Nicola, the Exif are Exposure 38 Secs, F/16.0, Focal Length 18 mm, ISO 100. I had put my camera on bulb mode & waited for the skyshot at the right place. Anything above 25 seconds would have got me an acceptable exposure.

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