Tera Emosanal Atyachar

By clickingthoughts

January 21, 2009

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Category: Colors, Nature, Random, Still Life

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This is one of the pics on the trip to Nagarjuna Sagar Dam. Not to mention an awesome trip with awesome guys. For the day they made me forget my woes. Thank you guys.

Lately I have been reading a lot about photographic techniques like lighting, metering, focusing and stuff. Looks like the more I learn the less I know. I recently came to know about genres of photography that were completely new to me and are pretty artistic. Try looking for high key/low key photographs on google, I am sure they will impress you if you found the right pics. One thing that I have realized lately is that you dont need a very good camera to be a good photographer. The point here is that you may have a highly sophisticated camera but in the end what matters is how you take the photo. It’s not a magical device after all. Taking photographs is about having a perspective of your own and trying to present it to the viewer as you see them. Its not about having “eye”, its about having “imagination”. Hey I just made a pretty nice statement about photography 🙂 .

You can go to gallery below and you will realize it too. He has used a very basic camera to take most of the shots but the result is astounding.

http://photography-on-the.net/gallery/list.php?exhibition=2

c ya soon, till then

Have fun.

PS: Do not try to relate the title of the post to its content.

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One Response to “Tera Emosanal Atyachar”

  1. Its not about having “eye”, its about having “imagination”. Cool. I like it 🙂

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