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
Its been a long time that I’ve done any Instagram pictures. So I was thinking to revive some experimenting with a few photographs that I’ve shot recently.
I’ve already done a similar collection previously, here is the Link. So, this is my second set of photographs in my Instagram series. As always, criticism is most welcome.
“Time will never stand still and those moments that bring us such joy become memories in an instant. To capture such a moment and record it forever is truly monumental.” – Joshua Atticks
Portraits of my niece Bhavya. She is one real cute kid who has a lot of energy, humor and beauty. Love you sweetheart.
I often shoot some random portraits of my friends. Here are a couple of pictures from that collection.
Click on an image to see the complete picture. These photographs are compiled as a gallery in this post.
Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph. – Matt Hardy
Women always have a special place for photographs. Even the smallest wink of their eye adds a beautiful expression to the picture.
The best thing that I like in the B&W photography is that we cannot attract a photograph by the play of colors. Every single thing matters right from the composition, lighting, expression and time. It gives the infinite space to explore things which color cannot. No offence on color photography, I’m just telling B&W photography is kickass :) Here is another one for my Black & White Portrait collection.
“To photograph people is to violate them, by seeing them as they never see themselves, by having knowledge of them that they can never have; it turns people into objects that can be symbolically possessed. Just as a camera is a sublimation of the gun, to photograph someone is a subliminal murder – a soft murder, appropriate to a sad, frightened time.” ― Susan Sontag
A quick photo-shoot with my friend Rohit with complete natural lighting (during sunset). I love the yellow lighting, so I prefer such quick shoots either during sun rise or sun set.