1. nice perspective...

    am just wondering if u can change the lighting related settings in u'r camera, to make the pics a little bright!

  2. wht building is it??
    It would have been nice if u named it in the end.... :(

  3. chaitu, if your talking abt this particular pic, I wanted it that way, coz lil more lighting/brightness in that pic will blow out the sky in the background and you wont be able to see that nice light blue color that u can see now. If your talking abt my pics in general.. mmm.. may be.. I dont know for sure.. but I may be I like them 'little' under-exposed.. but generally it also depends on 1. other lighting constraints too, like pics in the evening (like the pic above), and me not carrying a tripod and hence having to go for higher shutter speed than the one that will give right/correct exposure, resulting in darker pics and 2. and the most probable reason is కేమరాలో ముందు రోజు సెట్టింగ్స్ మార్చిన విషయం మర్చిపోయి, టకటకా ఫొటోస్ తీసెయ్యటం, తర్వాత కంప్యూటర్లో ఫొటోస్ చూసాక బాధపడ్టం. anyway thanks for pointing out.. I'll keep that in mind.

    సౌమ్యా, అది మా ఊర్లో స్టేట్ హౌస్..!! you can see other pics of the same building in http://naacamera.blogspot.com/2005/10/trip-down-to-state-house-in-downtown.html.


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