Story of the day-Blog 25- Maa Nandadevi, the Divine One

Maa Nandadevi- The Divine One

Today’s story describes a shoot about Maa Nandadevi Article 25 of “Story of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 7DM2 Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 L Shutter speed: 1/800 Sec f-stop: f/8 ISO: 640 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   More than vast landscapes, close of Himalayan peaks fascinate my imagination. So whenever I go to any […]

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Basic Landscape and Wildlife Photography Workshop- Dehradun May 20-21

  Want to understand how your camera works? Want to understand the fundamentals of Aperture, ISO, Shutter, Exposure, metering and White balance? Want to understand how composition works? Want to understand, how putting all these together can help you become a better Landscape and Wildlife photographer? We bring to you a workshop in Dehradun city […]

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Story of the day-Blog 23- Shooting Neelkanth Himalayas of Uttarakhand

How about an Ice-cream- Neelkanth!!!!

Today’s story describes, how i felt like eating an Ice-cream at Tungnath, after seeing Neelkanth Article 23 of “Story of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 550D Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 L Shutter speed: Not Available f-stop: Not Available ISO: Not Available Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   My external hard disk crashed some months back, […]

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Image of the Day- Blog 2 Shooting Chandrashila and Tungnath in the Himalayas of India

Image of the day- Chandrashila

Today’s “Image of the day” is of of Chandrashila and Tungnath Article 12 of “Image of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 7DM2 Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 Shutter speed: 1/500 Sec f-stop: f/6.3 ISO: 100 External flash used Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   Tungnath and Chandrashila is one of my favourite places to visit in […]

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Image of the Day- Blog 11 Shooting a Malabar Gliding frog in the Western Ghats

Image of the day- Malabar gliding frog

Today’s “Image of the day” is of a Malabar Gliding Frog Article 11 of “Image of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 550D Lens: Canon 100mm f/2.8 Shutter speed: 1/125 Sec f-stop: f/4 ISO: 400 External flash used Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   Most people won’t know this, but when I first got into wildlife […]

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Image of the Day- Blog 9 Shooting at Aali Bugyal in the Himalayas of Uttarakhand

Image of the day- Aali Bugyal

Today’s “Image of the day” is from Aali Bugyal Article 9 of “Image of the Day” Series. EXIF Camera: Canon 550D Lens: Canon 18-55mm EFS Shutter speed: Variable f-stop: f/8 ISO: 100 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   Nanda Raj Jat in 2014, was my first ever trip to the high altitude Himalayan alpine pastures. I […]

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NPTAT (Blog 13)- Get Uncomfortable

Today’s blog is titled “Get Uncomfortable” Blog 13 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Please do check out the previous blog in the series titled “Golden Light equals Magic” Camera settings Camera: Canon 7D Mark II Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 Aperture: f/6.3 Shutter Speed: 1/640 Sec (First Shot), 1/500 Sec (Second Shot) ISO: 2500 […]

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Kedarnath- The story of an Image

NPTAT (Blog 12)- Golden light equals Magic

Today’s blog is titled “Golden Light equals Magic” Blog 12 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Please do check out the previous blog in the series titled “Shooting a Koklass” Camera settings Camera: Canon 7D Mark II Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 Aperture: f/6.3 (First shot), f/8 (Second Shot) Shutter Speed: 1/2000 Sec (First Shot), […]

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Most Memorable Landscape Images 2016

My Most Memorable Landscape Images 2016- A Blog

“My Most Memorable Landscape Images 2016 “ Today I want to share a little secret with you. If some of you do find my images to be good and want to know how I am able to come up with images, I will tell you exactly how. No this has nothing, I repeat nothing to […]

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Most Memorable Wildlife Images 2016

“My most memorable Wildlife Images 2016” “Mountains are not stadiums where I satisfy my ambition to achieve, they are the cathedrals where I practice my religion.” (Anatoli Boukreev) This the simplest quote I could find out there, which summarizes all that I feel for the Himalayas. Himalayas for me are the living gods, and every experience […]

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