Last week I was off my factory for some product development and was required to travel towards Mumbai. Well during my off the factory schedule I always carry my camera. This one I captured on the way back to home. My bus was halted for a break and sun was setting in the rusted evening.

Reprocessed in CS3 – 05.05.2009

4219 Views – 05.08.2013

EXIF Data :

Camera make : Canon EOS 400D Digital
Shooting Date & Time : 03/14/2008, 18:17:40
Tv ( Shutter speed ) : 1/100 sec.
Av ( Aperture value ) : F10.0
Focal length : 218 mm
Exposure compensation : -1.0
Flash exposure compensation : 0
ISO speed : 100

Single frame shooting, hand held.

Tags

cellular, communication tower, connect, evening, gradiant, india, mobile tower, prasad, silhouette, sunset

Comments

  • 4getsundaydrvs
    4getsundaydrvsover 6 years ago

    love the color, and sillhoutee

  • Hello Amanda, thanks for your generous comment here.

    – Prasad

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosover 6 years ago
    Well spotted and taken Prasad!!! great silhouette against a lovely sky!!
  • Fortunately I got enough time to spot in my camera,Deb.

    – Prasad

  • Gilberte
    Gilberteover 6 years ago

    I see you don’t loose any time Prasad.great shot

  • This photographic bug has very hard bite, Gilberte. We all are suffering it :D

    – Prasad

  • Maximus
    Maximusover 6 years ago

    A true icon of modern life. :)

  • That’s true, Max.

    – Prasad

  • PPPhotoArt
    PPPhotoArtover 6 years ago

    this is so cool Prasad, i love the tones and silhouette of the tower, fantastic shot!!!!!

  • Fortunate to find clear skies in the evening, Patricia. Rest was a click away for me :D

    – Prasad

  • rockinsue
    rockinsueover 6 years ago

    brilliant

  • Big THANK YOU, Sue for spotting my work here.

    – Prasad

  • InPort
    InPortover 6 years ago

    G’day Prasad,

    The lovely gradient sky colour works so well with the almost full black silhouette and the tower is filled with interesting shapes and angles.
    There is a tilt to the tower though that can be easily straightened.
    The focus is more than adequate for such a shot under those conditions.
    Well seen and nicely photographed.

    GB
    Dennis

  • When I spotted this tower first, I was in the bus and it was haulted for a while after about 2 hours journey. The sun was slowly setting down. The town is a famous hill station about an hours journey. As I sighted it, first thought came in my mind after realizing it has a potential was of Dennis!!! What a great pleasure you are here!

    I captured this one with odd positioned on the seat and half opened window, although it’s not a gooooooood explanation for the tilt :)) I hope to work it out. Your visit has boosted my moral here added with favorite to your club as an icing on top!!

    For me it’s a beginning of my journey to what I visioned………………!!

    P!

    – Prasad

  • InPort
    InPortover 6 years ago

    G’day Prasad,

    Here is a tutorial you may wish to use for straightening horizons, buidlings and ………. towers!:

    STRAIGHTENING PERSPECTIVES AND HORIZONS

    Ever had people say things like, “Great photograph – shame about the tilted horizon”? I have!

    When it’s all added up, I suppose I have spent three months, two weeks, five hours, twenty two minutes and thirteen seconds of my time adjusting my tilted horizons and leaning towers by the ‘trial and error’ method using the ‘Image → Rotate Canvas → Arbitrary’ path in Photoshop.

    Is there an easier way? You better believe it buddy! And here are two ways to solve the problem:

    OK! Here’s what you do:
    1. Image in Photoshop.
    2. Click on Cropping Tool.
    3. Click the mouse on a corner and drag it right across the image.
    4. Tick the Perspective box that appears on top of the Photoshop screen.
    5. Click and drag a corner that is closest to the vertical OR horizontal ‘tilt’ until the edge of the cropping frame is parallel to the ‘tilt’.
    6. Hit Enter and voila! :)
    Notes:
    A. Remember to untick the Perspective box next time you use the Crop Tool or you may end up with some weird cropping.
    B. There will be some loss of quality in the areas affected by this process however if you have a good quality photograph to start with, after processing through a good Work Flow the loss should be barely discernable.

    OR

    1. Click and hold on the Eyedropper Tool and keeping the mouse button down, slide down to the Measuring Tool.
    2. Place the cursor at one end of the ‘tilt’, click the mouse and move it to the other end and click again.
    3. Go to ‘Image → Rotate → Arbitrary’. (The degree of tilt is automatically shown). Click ‘OK’ and voila again! :)
    (With this method you need to re-crop).

    I hope that helps y’all.

    GB
    Dennis

  • Hi Dennis, Your tutorial has worked worth for me to straighten the tower. Thanks friend I am li’l late to update as again I have reprocessed this one to bring up the details of sky more effectively.

    – Prasad

  • BigD
    BigDalmost 6 years ago

    Great work, Prasad

  • Thank mate :)

    – Prasad

  • Susan A Wilson
    Susan A Wilsonalmost 6 years ago

    Superb image…luv this…great colour choice :)

  • Thanks soos, much appreciated!

    – Prasad

desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait