You Don’t Need To Have A Better Camera To Take Better Pictures

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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.

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Online For A Year! – My Learnings, Experiences, Analysis and Plans

Celebrating one year of darpandodiya.com

Soooo, it’s been a great year! I started this blog cum website in last August, completing a year in the last week. The analytics show that I’ve received 98, 392 total page views till the moment. Close to 1 lac! In this post, I will share the insights. Insights like, the problems I encountered, some intriguing stories, learning experiences and future plans.

Keep calm and read on! 🙂

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Meet The Tyrion Lannister Of DDU – Hardik Gol!

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Everyday we see celebrities, politicians, cricketers and personalities talking about themselves, via videos, interviews, newspapers etc. They all have two characteristics in common.
1. They are famous
2. They are unique in their field

But, what about someone who’s unique, has fascinating stories to share but not so famous? That’s where this post is directed to.

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Silhouette Store – Playing With Sun, Sky And Colors

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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!

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Will It Rain Today? The Answer Lies Here

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It’s monsoon and this question, ‘Will it rain today?’ will always pop in your head at least once in a day. Now, the weather forecast is not a child’s play. The officials have to collect and analyze an enormous amount of data for hours to say a simple sentence like,

‘Probability of light shower in the evening.’

Luckily, there’s an extremely easy way to do the forecasting yourself! By referring to satellite images provided by IMD. Interesting right?

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