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Chris Dees
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I'm just back from a 2,5 week trip in India. It was very cold (coldest in 20 years or so) and a couple of days it was very foggy.
One of my main goals was the Taj Mahal. When we visited Agra there was very foggy andonly a 30-50m visibility.
At least it gave me an unusual view.





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Jan 17, 2013 at 07:23 PM
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Looks ok ... considering how it could have been on a more fair day, it's a shame - don't you think ? The distortion is a bit too much for my taste and the fog just washes out all the interesting details.
Just as a side note - for what it is worth - I am not a big fan of these digital picture frames. I think the shot would look better just plain or with a thin black border if need to be. Slightly beside the point perhaps but I just wanted to mention it. Frank



Jan 17, 2013 at 09:02 PM
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p.1 #3 · p.1 #3 · Foggy Taj Mahal


Thanks Frank.
If I used a longer focal range (at a greater distance) the building would be invisible in the fog.
I think it's not a distortion problem but a perspective one. I made it as large as possible by sitting on the ground.

This one looks indeed better with the "classic black" (there is no "thin black" option).







Jan 18, 2013 at 03:39 PM





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