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Fort Bundi

By dsrathore999
A palace of Bundi rajasthan India, Rudyard kipling says, This palace seems made by angles"

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AnneB50 10 118 18 Scotland
3 Jan 2014 4:36PM
I really like the composition with the palace sitting on the hillside looking down on the town below. The hills in the background give the image a sense of depth whilst the cars in what imagine is a car park in the left, give a sense of scale to the huge palace. I don't quite understand the focal length of 22mm when the exif data shows the lens you used as 70 - 300 but I think the problem really is that you needed a much faster shutter speed than 1/50 sec as nothing in the image is sharpSad

dark_lord Plus
18 3.0k 836 England
3 Jan 2014 7:57PM
It is not sharp and the exif regarding focallenght makes no sense. The shutter speed is borderline for safe handholding. You don't need to stop down to f/22 because the lens is not at its best at this aperture and you don't need that amount of depth of field on this, as f/8 to f/11 would be more than adequate.
Having said that, you've composed this well and the sidelighting is attractive on the structure.

banehawi Plus
18 2.9k 4337 Canada
3 Jan 2014 9:02PM
Hi Daleep.

The image is of course quite blurred, and we cant tell why for sure until you conform the exif data, that appears to be incorrect. Which lens did you use, and if you have the original exif details, just include them in a comment.

It can be sharpened with a lot of sharpening applied as in the mod, but its really too much sharpening to look good.


paulbroad 15 131 1294 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2014 8:35PM
All said above. You have camera shake, quite a lot of it. I suspect the 1/50 is correct and no camera support. Probably 220mm. You do not need such a small aperture. F8 would do, but then support the camera. You must get something sharp in an image.

6 Jan 2014 5:29PM
thanks for your suggestions
sorry for this picture, yes it was not 70 300 lance was 18 55mm

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