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Togtherness Photo Contest SECOND PLACE Winner
Thar Dessert, Rajasthan, INDIA
© Aneesh Bhasin
Mamiya RZ67 Medium...
Cathy Barrows
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member since: 4/13/2003
    awesome shot

3/8/2004 10:00:09 AM

Kasia Elser
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member since: 11/25/2003

Great capture!

3/8/2004 10:23:52 AM

Aneesh Bhasin

member since: 3/7/2004

Thanks cathy and Kasia!!

3/8/2004 10:57:19 AM

Bonnie C. Lackey
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member since: 1/1/2004

Stunning and exotic! Just terrific!

3/8/2004 11:15:55 AM

Kristen McKain
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member since: 11/16/2003

wow--love it!

3/8/2004 12:26:32 PM

Manish Choure
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member since: 3/5/2004

Great picture Aneesh, beautiful background, superb subject, and wonderful composition.

3/8/2004 1:16:57 PM

Donna W. Neal
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member since: 10/8/2003

Wow...very impressive. Beautiful sunset and wonderful subjects. Very nice capture Aneesh!

3/8/2004 2:38:54 PM

Jocelyn Zame

member since: 1/24/2001

WOW!!! what a great shot I would have loved to have been there. Great composition wonderful lighting and colour.

3/8/2004 4:17:54 PM

Carol Brill
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member since: 2/24/2003

What a marvelous silhouette, Aneesh, the simplicity of composition contrasted with the dramatic hues works beautifully here!

3/8/2004 7:37:57 PM

Nancy Grace Chen
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member since: 3/18/2004

Oh my, this is one incredible capture. If this isn't Digital Art, you've impressed my socks off. Amazing. Congratulations on your finalist!!


4/12/2004 2:53:28 AM

Kasia Elser
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member since: 11/25/2003


4/12/2004 5:43:15 AM

Aneesh Bhasin

member since: 3/7/2004

Thanks nancy and Kasia! Well its not at all digital art and rather not even shot digitally.

4/12/2004 8:05:50 AM

Nancy Grace Chen
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member since: 3/18/2004

Ah... I saw that it was shot with medium format, but sometimes people can shoot with film and then modify it digitally later. Anyways, I'm even more impressed. Really incredible capture-- I could marvel at it for hours. Thanks for the info, Aneesh. Congrats once again. (:


4/12/2004 9:30:55 AM

Carol Brill
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member since: 2/24/2003

Congratulations and best of luck, Aneesh!

4/12/2004 9:48:20 AM

Sushil Bhasin

member since: 4/14/2004

What a capture! Aneesh, u have tremendous potential. We are sure u will make it very BIG one day

Sushil and Anita

4/14/2004 9:54:37 AM

Senthil Sivakumar

member since: 3/30/2004

wonderful! congrats, aneesh!

4/15/2004 8:55:06 PM

Michael P. Winkler

member since: 2/29/2004

Way to go!!! Very well deserved.

4/16/2004 3:57:35 AM

Robin L. Wehrman
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member since: 11/4/2003

Hi Aneesh!! Congratulations on your win, well deserved!!!!!!!! Robin

4/16/2004 9:28:14 AM

Susie Peek-Swint
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member since: 7/23/2002

Wonderful Aneesh ~ many congrats!

4/16/2004 4:52:52 PM

Evy Johansen
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Many Congratulations!

4/17/2004 12:23:19 AM

Sushil Bhasin

member since: 4/14/2004

Dear Aneesh,
CONGRATS. U have made us proud,. Well done. Wish u all the best in all ur future endeavours
Lots of love

Mom and dad

4/17/2004 9:45:44 AM

Diane Dupuis-Kallos
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member since: 12/27/2003

What a striking shot! Well seen and captured!! Congrats!

4/22/2004 4:27:12 PM

Zsa-Nai Long

member since: 4/9/2004

Aneesh - First I'd like to say that this is an absolutely gorgeous picture!!!

I'm new to photography and wanted to ask a few questions: What kind of film speed did you use? And what about your aperture and speed? Did you use any filters or touch-ups after the pix was taken? Or is this a raw image.

I'm just wondering for my own information. There are so many variables in photography - I'm just trying to understand them all.

I would have sent this question to you directly but I didn't see any contact info for you.

Thx for your help - and again this is an absolutely beautiful picture!!

Z. Long

4/23/2004 10:31:25 AM

Aneesh Bhasin

member since: 3/7/2004

Hi Long,
Thanks for having a look at the picture. I shot this in the rajasthan and used a velvia 50iso film. The apurure was on the maximum side and the shutter must be around 1/2 to 1 sec. The shadow areas of the image were further darkened.

4/23/2004 10:56:37 AM

Linda Murphy
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member since: 8/29/2002

What a wonderful capture Aneesh - many congrats!

4/24/2004 11:09:04 AM

Rita Richter

member since: 11/28/2003

wonderful magical image Aneesh, congratulations!......warm regards Rita

5/3/2004 3:56:05 AM

Whit P. Draper
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member since: 12/14/2006

this is STUNNING! I'm amazed!

3/29/2007 10:14:02 AM

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