soumy you rock.. the photo is really nice, with mood creating tones and strong colors... the small size of photo stands for the class
N Shafkat Choudhury: How can this camera "boast the world's longest zoom in a compact camera"? To the best of my knowledge, Nikon Coolpix P500 also has a 36x optical zoom and it was launched quite a few months back!
Dpreview.com did not say this camera made Nikon p500 worse. It just said 'longest zoom' which is true. If they had said "first 36x zoom ever" then that would have been wrong.
how this is related to 'be veg?'
Jelly fish will not be stable for 1/8 of second to capture like this. they will always move by pumping and waving tentacles.
Great details.. you have done a great job in using shutter and aperture combination.. congrats.
this is amazing shot..the fore ground not in focus is unfavourable.. but the eyes in focus and patterns like cheeta in black background are superb..
superb sharpness and clarity in pattern near its ear.. what camera?
If it were B&W this won't deserve nothing.. but as color photo this is beautiful... A better lighting and full focus would get a 5 *
I still cannot understand how F11 at 30 mm will result in softened tail.
But one of the best photos in the contest.
superb macro shot... just missed a perfect framing..the top bg portion of the fish should not be black in IMHO
Peacock flounder is exciting fish for doing a video when it magically changing color.. but for a still photo, especially when hiding camouflaged, will not be impressive :-( .. any case superb shot of very difficult fish..
these are great.. even when friendly and active they look like having a bad day attitue..nice to see compacts taking top 10 places..
could you please explain what is this?
but he should have worn formal shoes if not business formals :-)
The timing, the lonely animals, the lighting all perfect.. congrats Atish.
for a consumer lens with average focus speed, this is an unlikely shot.. wonderful... highly appreciated
did you do anything with higher shutter speed?
They are good in giving pose unlike Anhinga.
but the framing you got horizontally near the level of water, lighting is great.
mennootjuh,the photographer was standing in the top of the bridge.. so the bridge was in the backside of the lens.
occasional mic,the basic definition of post processing includes :download photos of some photographer from some website. color them, attach them and change exif.
very good photo... brilliant use of long exposure
why do you claim so? what camera was used if not 400D?