Patience my friend Patience!!!!

“Patience my friend Patience!!!!” A monthly blog series about one of my most favorite image every month. This is post 2 of a 12 part series. Visualizing a shot, waiting for just the right amount of light, in this case waiting for the perfect amount of snow, choosing the correct angle and spot for shooting […]

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Image of the day- Kanakchauri Star Trail

Today’s “Image of the day” is about a scary experience i had while making a star trail in Kanakchauri Article 21 of “Image of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 550D Lens: Canon 50mm f/1.8 Shutter speed: 30 Sec (Some 240 Shots) f-stop: f/1.8 ISO: 400 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   I am not making […]

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10 must have Experiences in Chopta, Tungnath

10 must have Experiences in Chopta, Tungnath

Note: This Blog contains Affiliate Links to Amazon, India.  10 must have Experiences in Chopta, Tungnath In recent years popularity of Chopta and Tungnath has skyrocketed, and loads of people are visiting this pristine, beautiful panchkedar In Uttarakhand. Did you know that Tungnath is where Lord Shiva is worshiped in the form of Hands (Bahu […]

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Shooting on a Tripod

This blog is Part 3 of some of the tips and techniques which i personally consider critical to making good images. Please do read the first two blogs of “Shooting at Eye Level” and “Shooting in Golden light”    Imagine if you will, that you are on a trip to some exotic location (which you […]

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Shooting Moonlit Landscapes

Night Landscapes can broadly be classified into two types. The first would be wherein we intend to make Star trails or shoot the Milky way, which would be best done on a Moonless night, or when the Moon has set or not risen. The second would be when we intend to capture landscapes lit by […]

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