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Great PaulVDV 2015-05-06 9:27

Hello Angshuman,
Wow ! Your balloon has clearly reached a much higher altitude than all the others.
This aerial view shows the beautiful rock formations but at the same time also the cultivated land around.
It results in a very nice alternation of green and brownish land.
Is it easy to take sharp pictures when flying in een balloon ?
Best regards, Paul

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Old 05-06-2015, 05:40 PM
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Thanks Paul for your visit and critique...

The balloons fly quite slow and hence most of the pictures turn out good. One needs to take care that the shutter speed is not to slow (lesser than 1/30), and the pictures come quite OK...only when you shoot close range (lets say a passing balloon or a rock formation), one has to jack up the shutter speed
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Thanks Angshu for your clarification.

Best regards from Belgium,
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