Windows: Inside – Outside

For lens-artists-photo-challenge this week, I am presenting a collection of windows.

There is a window from one heart to another heart ~Rumi

Windows in Bratislava

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Windows in Vienna

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Windows in Italy

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Yesterday I posted current autumn images caputred during my travel on Saturday :

https://mazeepuran.wordpress.com/2018/10/08/weekend-64-autumn-outside-the-bus-window/

Hope you enjoy these images.

Focussing right!

Another wonderful post by Raj@Xdrive inspired me to dig into my photo archives and share my thoughts/images with my fellow bloggers.  Lesson no. 9 on Learn Photogrpahy  is all about focus .   Raj says “…our focus point is of greater importance as for as the final output is concerned.”  OMG, this is what I learned in early days of photograpy. I was quite happy with this little finding 2 years ago.  Presenting two images from the past:

Next is to show how things change when we crop a picture. The first picture looks OK but after cropping I ralized that it was not properly focussed. The image details are  f/5.6, 1/125sek. and ISO 100

Below are some shots to illustrate “focus” with photo details.

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1/125 sec., f/5.6 55mm, ISO 220
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1/160 sec. f/6.3, 55mm, ISO 100
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1/40 sec. f/4.2, 31mm, ISO 400
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1/15 sec., f/5.6, 55mm, ISO 400

Hope you all enjoy this post. Now it’s time to listen to Raj!