Aali Bugyal- How majestic can someplace get!!!!

Today’s story describes about some of our experiences in Aali Bugyal Article 26 of “Story of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 550D Lens: Canon 100mm f/2.8 Shutter speed: 1/160 Sec f-stop: f/9 ISO: 100 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   In case you didn’t notice, that speck of Blue in the bottom left hand side […]

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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 15- Shooting in Heaven in the Himalayas of Uttarakhand

Image of the day- Heaven

Today’s “Image of the day” is from Heaven Article 15 of “Image of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 550D Lens: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L @24mm Shutter speed: 1/10 Sec f-stop: f/7.1 ISO: 100 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   How would you react, if someday you slept in your bed and woke up in […]

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Image of the day- Panar Bugyal

Today’s Image of the day is from Panar Bugyal Article 2 of “Image of the Day” Series. EXIF: Canon 7DM2 Lens: Canon EFS 10-18mm @10mm Shutter speed: 1/30 Sec F-stop: f/9 ISO: 200 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering. Sunrises and sunsets above treeline in the Himalayas are always extremely special, no matter what time of the […]

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Scarlet Finch

Image of the day- Scarlet Finch

Image of the day- Blog 1 Starting today, in this 5 article per week series, I intend to share one image per day and a small story behind the image along with the EXIF. Today’s Image of the day is of a Scarlet Finch. EXIF: Canon 7DM2 Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 Shutter speed: 1/500 Sec […]

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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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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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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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10 Reasons for visiting the Himalayas in winters

Visiting Himalayas in Winters- 10 Reasons

Visiting Himalayas in Winters- 10 Reasons Note: This Blog is intended mainly for Uttarakhand, although i am sure this list should be good for all Himalayan regions. Most people come to Himalayas in summers, reason being, the weather is a lot cooler than the heat of the scorching plains, also its holiday time. But did […]

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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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