I’m back after a long time. Was busy with work and stuff, still I managed to shoot a lot of pictures. The following are the photos that were shot during a recent meetup here in Hyderabad, I got to meet these lovely ladies and shot some portraits. More pictures to be followed in the next posts.
ISO 100 | Focal Length 250mm | Aperture f/5.6 | Shutter Speed 1/25 sec
Dream Lenz is close to the 10,000 Page Views in 10 months I suppose, plus 1000+ followers. I’m not that bad as I thought I was Anyway, here comes the part 2 of the Royal Bengal Tiger Collection. They need no introduction, so lets straight away get into the photos
For viewing the photographs of this series (Part I), click on this link
“Life on a farm is a school of patience; you can’t hurry the crops or make an ox in two days.” – Alain, Henri
Agriculture is the primary occupation in India. It provides almost 17% to 18% of the GDP in India and 50% of the total workforce. The crop that you see in the below photographs are – Cotton. I currently live in Andhra Pradesh and this state ranks 2nd in current growth rate of Cotton which is around 7.4 million bales. While the first place goes to Gujarat producing around 8.5 million bales.
The Farm Fields are such beautiful places to visit and think about the people living so close to nature all the time. The fresh breath of air and beautiful landscapes are a treat to watch. But villagers in India are extremely poor and illiterate. They live in a single room houses made of mud which often fall to the ground in the rains. In the way they are put to great hardship. In spite of their hard work they are not able to earn enough to provide themselves with even two square meals a day. The governments (both the ruling and opposition parties) have totally forgotten the real essence of India but have lost themselves in the world of corruption and scams.
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” – Albert Einstein
My cousin recently bought me a Macro Ring for my camera. My initial experiments was with this Housefly. I’m still experimenting a lot of details and techniques involved around it. Macro Lenses are way too costly and a 10$ Macro Ring does a little decent job, though it does not produce the “Top Notch Quality.”
I’m really going to make sure I’m going to keep posting photos very regularly going forward. If you guys have any new ideas or concepts to picture things, please let me know. I’ll put my honest effort into it.
Also, please check out this Telugu Regional Fantasy Movie – EEGA in which a House Fly is the hero of the movie Trust me, Indian Cinema is surely growing, but this director put down a very bold step for this movie. Here is the wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eega