I think I’m getting a hang of this. I still struggle with composition on macro as I continue to shoot the two ends of the spectrum; landscapes and macro.
This was from my most memorable impormptu trip back in the day. With no resevations or travel plan, the three of set out to capture some local sports and landscapes at a coastal town and ofcourse the food. Just because someone told us the sunsets are amazing at this beach,
I prefer thick slices of brioche bread and use a fork to batter them up or turn them around in the pan.
About two decades back I picked up my first film based camera and started my journy in photography. Living close to the Western Ghats, I gravitaed towards landscape photography almost instantly. About 50 miles from Bangalore, on the way to Mysore (SH 17), there is a small town - Ramanagara.
I cannot stress enough but emphasize that the best camera is the one that is always on you. Once again waling my 4 legged friend for an early morning walk / play / run at Myrtle beach. The sun was just rising, but I was too late, lazy and tired to set
When you have a dog, the most annoying thing is that rain or shine, hot or cold; you got to take him out for their early morning walk. The best part of walking your dog in winter are the magical sunrises and the colorful skies that are hard to miss.
Continuing my experiments with marco photography. So far its just still life as I want to make sure I understand the macro world a lot better. Specially the light and the distance I need to have between the lense and the subject. Also, I need to improve my core; cause
For thousands of years the gusty winds at the pacific have been hitting this crater and shaping patterns on this rock. I've always wondered how these would fare in the next few thousand years...
I spent 7 days in Hawai'i - Maui and Big Island. When the day came to travel, I knew it was too short of a time to see either of the island. So we hand picked a few places and experienced Hawai'i as much as we could.
I have been to Washington state several time and I still haven’t been able to photograph or see Mt. Rainer.
What a wonderful piece of writing by Om Malik: It was a wonderful gathering place for photographers to showcase their work and build an audience. Not a day goes by when some photographer friend or the other bemoans how Instagram is no longer a place for photography. When I started
Happy Sweet 16 Kajol!
The slush track comes down to a stand still, with no wind you can see the reflection in the water. The adrenalin is running high and with a crack of the whip the the silence and stillness brakes into chaos. Kadari Kambala or also calls the slush Olympics in Mangalore,
Down south, in a small village near Hasan in Karnataka, IN the celebration is a tad different. Here the farmers along with their bulls jump over burning fire to ensure the evil spirits stay away from their fields and help get a good crop yield.
One needs to be here early morning before sunrise to capture the view; but I had to settle for the sunset. This view ain’t too bad. The History of Sleepy Hollow Farm | How a Humble Vermont Homestead Became an Instagram Icon Good read!
I continue shooting macro with flowers and with a proper macro lense that I picked up. The more I look at it; I prefer black & white considering the fact that these are extremely colorful. What is your preference?
I continued to dabble with macro photography. Still understanding how to use the lens, where to focus and how much and the importance of background. I wanted to isolate the subject in this case so I went with a completely black background. A few more pictures to look at -
With the pandemic in full swing, there isn't much to do sitting at home apart from trying your hand at new recepies, wokring or reading a book. Shot this with my 24-105mm and a 31mm extension tube. Holding the camera and manual focusing ain’t easy. Somehow managed
Chicago, on Lake Michigan in Illinois, is among the largest cities in the U.S. Famed for its bold architecture, the city is also renowned for its museums, and I would totally avoid the aquarium.
New York is one of the best places for photography, but to capture the skyline of New York, especially Manhattan; one must go across the Hudson River.
Yesterday (Today) I had a short conversation with SBS (Australia) Radio's host Mosiqi Acharya on how to click amazing photos on your smartphone! Spoiler Alert: The interview was recorded in Hindi. Head over to read the conversation in English.