I’ve been recently fantasized by photos like these. The complete black background with a mixed lighting, I honestly gave it a try this time.
The Tigers are one the largest members of the cat family. They are highly ferocious wild cats which are most feared in the wild. These pictures are of the Royal Bengal Tigers also sometimes called as the Indian Tigers which are predominantly found in India and very few places of Bangladesh, Nepal and China. This is in fact the national animal of India. These mammals are highly endangered and there are only around 2000+ in the whole world. The ones in these pictures are just a couple of years old and they are around 5 feet.
It was a cloudy and was about-to-rain and I shot in a lower exposure levels to maintain the colors and authenticity with a decently lower ISO of 200. I just loved its elegant walk. These were shot at Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad. I did photograph other animals, but the tigers were the best.
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.