What do you do when you find yourself in a 90-minute session with a flock of around 700-800 Grandala’s and… Read more A Grandala tree
The basic idea in panning is that you pan (track the subject) your camera, at a relatively slow shutter speed… Read more Panning
These two images are illustrative of the tussle that goes on in my mind as the learning process continues. Is… Read more Creative license or distorting reality?
Minimalism was a movement that commenced in the 1960s and was rooted in the principle of Keeping it Simple –… Read more Minimalism, anyone?
One way of describing photography would be to say that it is akin to painting using light to tell a… Read more Making low light work for you
I have been playing around with a neutral density filter in the last few trips. An ND filter is basically… Read more Slow down, you move too fast
So, there I was in Leh, on our first day of arrival, walking around slowly and acclimatising to the high-altitude… Read more Single-shot HDR!!
I should start with this disclaimer that I am not much of a landscape photographer. I reckon that it is… Read more Stitched panoramas
One of the earliest lessons we are taught in photography is to get our subject sharp. Infact, I reckon that… Read more Using intentional movement to produce an abstract effect
This is from a trip last week to Khichan and the Desert National Park in Rajasthan. We were staying the… Read more Another star trail attempt