Ever since I made entry in photography arena, about a year back, capturing silhouettes has always been my favorite genres. Silhouettes are closely related with sun. Though, it's not necessary to have sun for silhouettes, having sun in frame dramatically changes appearance of the scene.
I posted a gallery, Silhouette Store, a couple of months back. It's 25th December, Christmas today. Holiday. Days after, I'm having some spare time to be spent. So I wondered, why not pull out some shots of sun from hard disk and post it down here?
Thus, here I go...welcome to Sunrise & Sunset Store!
The Dangs. It's simply an awesome place. It has everything a photographer and nature devotee need.
Streams and rivers? Checked.
Hills and mountains? Checked.
Jungles and forests? Checked.
Awe-people and culture? Checked.
Trees and greeneries? Checked.
Then why not portray its awesomeness? That's what I plan to do via this post.
Few days back, I was asked to answer a question on Quora by Sagar Dhadnekar. The question was:
Photography: What are the best examples to prove that you don't need to have a better camera to take better pictures?
Within hours, the answer received upvotes in thousands. Sharing the answer here.
Ever since I started taking photos, flirting with shadows became my favorite trick. The combination of an object, sunset/sunrise and a vibrant sky is the best canvas one can get. Fortunately, I had several chances to witness the combination. Sharing the scenes I captured during those moments, The Silhouette Store!
Once upon a time, I was totally hapless at looking good in photographs. Neither did I know how to pose nor about how to smile. I mostly looked like a sloth. Then, one day I came across a thread on Reddit which stole my attention. For the next couple of hours, I browsed the web for more photography tips, hearted them and determined to put them in practice. (December 2014)
Results? Surprisingly, the photos produced after following the tips were much better. And they keep coming off even better.
Talking about now, I still have a lot to learn and improve. Also, I'm not even a pro photographer or some kind. The purpose of this post is to share the directions I followed. The course is simple plus easy to enforce...