Nature Photography Tips and Techniques- Composing a Landscape

Blog 10 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Today’s blog is titled “Composing a Landscape” Please do check out the previous blog in the series titled “Catch Light” Note: This blog contains affiliate links to Amazon, India Camera settings Camera: Canon 7D Mark II Lens: Canon 10-18mm Aperture: f/6.3 Shutter Speed: 1/13Sec (First Shot), […]

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Himalayan Landscapes- Calendar 2017

Presenting an A3 sized (16.5 in X 11 in) wall Calendar 2017. Contains Landscape Images.All the Images used in this calendar (and displayed below) have been shot in the Himalayas of Uttarakhand, India     Please click the below button to buy the calendar. Printed horizontally the calendar contains 12 of my landscape images.6 pages, […]

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Nature Photography Tips and Techniques- Depth of Field

Blog 7 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Today’s blog is titled “Playing with depth of field” Please do check out the previous blog in the series Titled “Changing Perspectives” Please do note that these are my personal observations and not necessarily the only way in the world to make better Images. I am sure there must […]

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A Personal Photography AHA Moment!!!!!

Note: This Blog contains Affiliate Links to Amazon, India. A Personal AHA Moment!!!! Having posted the below image a couple of times on my page some of you might have seen it. So why do I post it here… Well when you look at the image today, instead of looking at the majestic landscape, and […]

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This shot was taken exactly 18 minutes prior to the above at 06:00 A.M, before sunrise. The Sky painted with the most beautiful hues of Pinks, the landscape below with multiple hues of blues and greens looked contrastingly beautiful to the white snow covered Himalayan peaks. So next time whenever you plan to shoot a landscape, my advice would be to reach the site atleast 30 minutes prior to sunrise (I personally go at least an hour prior). The sky, atleast in the Himalayas glows up in different colours before sun rise and you never know what spectre of nature you might be missing. So to summarize • Check out the sunrise timing for the area you intend to shoot and if possible recee the location before the actual shoot • Come to the site atleast 30 minutes prior to sunrise.

Nature Photography Tips and Techniques- Don’t Wait for Sunrise

Note: This Blog contains Affiliate Links to Amazon, India. Blog 4 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Please do check out the previous blog in the series Titled “Same place, Same Subject, different Images” Please do note that these are my personal observations and not necessarily the only way in the world to make […]

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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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Rudranath Blog- Three different seasons, three different experiences.

Rudranath- Three seasons, Three Divine Experiences

Note: This Blog contains Affiliate Links to Amazon, India. I have been extremely lucky to have visited the Remotest of all Panchkedars, Rudranath three times (so far). That too in three totally different seasons, having three totally different experiences ? Going again for the 4th time this September ?. Expedition details here. So today I […]

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A Portrait of a Malabar Gliding Frog.

My 11 Commandments of Photography

Note: This Blog contains Affiliate Links to Amazon, India.   Right away, let’s jump into some of the rules I absolutely will follow while photographing Nature and Wildlife. I call them Commandments, because breaking them would be a crime (personally ?) for me. So here are “My 11 Commandments of Photography” in no relevant order. […]

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Tungnath and Chandrashila-An Enlightening Experience

Note: This Blog contains Affiliate Links to Amazon, India. While crystal clear skies, golden sunsets and sunrises are best seen in Himalayas during Winters, Rains have their own charm, and though you miss all the above, grey and crystal clear white clouds hovering ethereally around lush green mountain tops seem to transport you to a […]

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Valley of Flowers – A Travel Blog

How beautifully has Frank S Smythe (The one who discovered Valley) described the Valley of flowers in his book “Kamet Conquered” “Beyond the hills, nations might fly at one another’s throats; Mussolini’s rise and fall; anarchy and revolution rot the nations; but in the Valley of Flowers the only strife would be that of the […]

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