Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Ira Handa

I have been blessed with a camera with super optical zoom. I don't understand as to why I got this. I usually never get stuff I want. All ways get stuff I don't want . I have been experimenting with this fine piece of work for some time now. The only issue with this camera is that the slowest shutter speed is 4 seconds. So for long exposures, this is not the best. Although I all ways try to crank up the iso and get the maximum of the awesome gadget.

Not long ago, I tried taking a few pictures, I guess I ended up with a few neat shots. 


If you look closely, the craters of the moon (Handa) are visible in great detail. The shadows are also really prominent.



This I took when Chavie and some other good friends of mine came over. This was taken at the Palliyawatta beach in Hendala. The setting sun(Ira) looked really cool through the massive 26x zoom lens.

I have more really cool pictures of this trip. I'll save them for the next few posts. 

I hope you enjoyed the post.

Cheers!

14 comments:

  1. Wow man! Awesome shots!

    And you are asking me how I take snaps? ha? lol

    I love the Ira pic. It’s just like a painting … simply wow!

    Looks like you have a nice piece in your hand. Only thing is if you go for lower shutter speeds is always best to use a tripod. I saw somewhere they are saying especially for all landscape shots you should use a tripod regardless the light or the setting of the cam.

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  2. next time u do this retina abuse, am gonna hire Chavie to hijack ur room and get that camera off ur hands at gun point.

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  3. A.ma.zing!!

    I am super impressed with your moon shot.
    The sunset is breathtaking...

    I was wondering about your retinas, as well. lol

    Thank you for sharing! :))

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  4. LOL at GG. Well, it wasn't technically retina abuse since the camera has an electronic viewfinder. :)

    Btw, Meshak my bro, I thought this post was about our 'Moon Microsystems' project! hahaha xD

    Awesome, awesome shots man! Love both. :)

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  5. The two photos show cool and calm Moon and the hot and spectacular sun very well!

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  6. Wow! magnificient! nice to know someone else who is also moon creazy...:D
    Love the second pic...it couldnt have been better...
    awaiting the other pics!

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  7. The first picture is awesome...

    "the moon was a ghostly galleon, tossed upon cloudy seas" (tho admittedly no clouds in the pic)

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  8. Cool moon shot! :)

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  9. Anjana :D
    Thanks buddy. It means a lot to hear that from you. Really! yes I think so too. And specially when the zoom is really great the smallest shake makes a great effect on the picture. Thank you for you comments as all ways!

    GG :D
    Thank you so much for your comments. Okay, I shall now protect my camera from you :P Thank you once again!

    Amaris :D
    Thank you so much. It means a lot to hear that from you. It's not me, it's the camera :) Thank you for your comments. I really appreciate it!

    K :D
    Thank you so much for your comments as all ways. I really appreciate it.

    Chavie :D
    My inspiration, my all :) All of this is possible cause if you my friend! I really appreciate everything! I'll write some thing about that soon :) Thank you once again!

    Silent :D
    Thank you so much. It means a great deal to hear that form you. Yes, I will upload them as soon as I can. Thank you so much!

    Angel ;D
    Thank you so much! It really awesome to hear that from you. It means a lot to me. Yes It was a cloudless night for my luck! Thank you once again!

    Mie :)
    Thanks. It means a great deal to hear that from you. I really appreciate your comments!

    Cheers!

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  10. Good work with your camera mate... really nice details of the moon. Both photos are beautiful in their own way. Simply wonderful!

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  11. Amazing detail on the moon shot and that sunset is awesome.

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  12. Very Nice Shak, Sunsets are so great in Hendala. We Want More! :)

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  13. Sachira :D
    Thanks Sachira. I really appreciate your comments. I'm really happy to hear something like that from you. Thank you.

    Glennis :D
    Thank you. I really appreciate your comments. Thanks.

    Magerata :D
    Yes sun sets are superb here. I'll post more when I have time. Really busy these days. Thank you so much for your comments, I really appreciate it.

    Cheers!

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  14. Beautiful work. :D I've always been so deeply fascinated by the moon. Waiting til I get my hands on a proper camera to capture the moon someday. (:

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