On the night of Eid was exploring the streets where people gathered for variety of street foods. At a stall saw one kid helping his father in selling sweets as money collector. And few kids were there talking to him, might be friends or buyers. Loved how the scene was
Liked the pose of vegetable seller and how that can relate to those ladies. Place: Subhash Market, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India Checkout Full Streets of Jamnagar Photo Series Here EXIF: Nikon D5300 + Nikon 18-140 f/3.5-5.6 1/125 sec | f/8 | ISO 1250 Manual Mode Join me on: INSTAGRAM | TWITTER
Loved mood of morning life of vegetable market and how symmetry of eyes was happening in this image. Checkout Full Streets of Jamnagar Photo Series Here EXIF: Nikon D5300 + Nikon 18-140 f/3.5-5.6 1/200 sec | f/6.3 | ISO 800 Manual Mode Join me on: INSTAGRAM | TWITTER | FACEBOOK
Orange seller at Subhash Market. Liked his gesture, that hand and texture of shop in background. An image taken before some 3 years when I just started exploring streets of my hometown. Checkout Full Streets of Jamnagar Photo Series Here EXIF: Nikon D3100 + Nikon 50.0 mm f/1.8 1/125 sec
The place from where my favourite project "My Shop Stories" started (totally unplanned) in 2015. All random images till I discovered as a self photo project before a year. EXIF: Nikon D5300 + Nikon 18-140 f/3.5-5.6 1/100 sec | f/4 | ISO 400 AV Mode | Spot Metering | Exp:
10th December is the day when Dalai Lama got Nobel Peace Award, and for that reason these people celebrate this day as annual celebration day. All shops of the market remains close for the day, variety of food is prepared and eaten together. After lunch movies and outings are planned.
This was my third year exploring this place at my hometown Jamnagar. A year which helped to get closer to these people and learn lots of thing about them. Sharing my favourite images from last year's session at Lhasa Tibet Refugee Market. We are almost like these Banjara community (nomadic
One of the best compositions you can apply to your image is Triangles. Before we discuss about triangles in composition, lets make it clear that we are discussing on how to incorporate the triangle shape when composing photographs. And not the composition theory of golden triangles. Why triangle compositions? Triangles
Green bee-eater busy in mud bath. Every morning and evening they bath with mud like this to clean their body from insects. They do it in huge groups and can be seen at sunrise and sunset on highly dense habitat of this species. A lovely behavior to watch. EXIF: Nikon
Baya Weaver female on her favorite perch. These birds were usually making nesting on these grass like trees. They were almost like grass but higher then 8-10 meters. And too dense for them to make a safe nest. EXIF: Nikon D5300 + Nikon 70.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6 1/1600 sec | f/8
During a Bird Photography trip to Narara Island, Marine National Park. This beautiful commoner was standing (fishing actually) on shallow water with few dead corals around. Loved the frame of single bird in vast water body, and so zoomed out my tele lens to get a habitat shot of this
Whether we shoot studio portraits or street portraits we generally place our subject in center. This center composition technique can be explained as enhanced version of the same old passport style portraits. The issue with the old style was two eyes to land visual path of viewer and creating confusion.