Most Memorable Wildlife Images- 2015

The year 2015 was a year of scary changes, tremendous learning and of phenomenal personal growth for me. I am thankful to god for making me experience the divinity of Mother Nature in such beautiful ways. From the never ending beautiful treks in the forests of the Himalayas, to the million colours of pristine sunrises […]

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Rules of Composition- Photography

“Rules intimidate, Tools on the other hand liberate” I don’t know where that came from, I think I read it somewhere, but I tend to agree with it. Talking about rules, let us today discuss about some “Rules of Composition” or should I say “Tools of Composition” 😉 . Technically speaking, “Composition means placement of […]

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Shooting Landscapes with a Telephoto

A wide or an ultra-wide image of a natural landscape, or/and a man-made object wherein, the foreground, the mid-ground and background are arranged in a particular way and are in sharp focus, which is what we normally conceive of, whenever we think of the word Landscape photography. We sometimes, erroneously also have the notion that […]

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Himalayan Birds of Chopta, Deoriya and Makkumath- A Reminiscence

As we move from Makku to Deoria Taal on a road that has seen the first vehicle in the past 12 hours, flocks of Kalij Pheasants busily chewing on juicy insects and grains cross our path, the air is chilly with temperatures dropping to below 0 degrees at night. Earlier in the morning we were […]

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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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