Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Balloonwala on the street,caught in action (post no.216)

....................................................click to enlarge.(Balloonwallah on street)
..........THE TITLE I put here ''balloonwallah on street''....now as u are learning photography. Here I used zoom lens to strengthen contrast between dark (on his face) and the balloons.....I think, what I got is well executed.....see the trumpeteer and the balloons.Next is position of the person. He is at balance with the object he is carrying, that is the reason, I put him at the one side and  balancing with the more attractive balloons. Thus I get a complete picture.
          
         Generally I use Aperture priority setting on my camera, that is helpful to me to read the subject and accordingly set the shutter speed....Sometimes because of low light, the shutter speed gets show, inviting shake of the picture, then I increase the aperture to let the correct light in, exposing the photo perfectly. Here meter reading is important that is built in your camera. In the beginning, u may run slow but as u are conversant with the settings, u will run, paying more attention to the photograph............................
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

sunset, to its extremes--I mean size.of sun..post no.

..IT IS CALLED SKYSCAPE FRAMING USING NATURE-MADE features-
I put it in the frame and it gives unique view......naturally also we keep the sun below near the skyline.....sun at so low, still the frame is looking well balanced. The balance is the middle open space and a single crow coming a long way.....I did not want clash between the crow and the sun........so kept the crow lowest possible tone, when a viewer critically looks the picture in an exhibition or a magazine.....closure in magazine....with distance in an art show rendering a beautifully compositional look.

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Friday, May 12, 2017

A portrait in low key.(post no.213)

A good face, having light from back in a verandah.....I wanted to catch highlights of his glass, nose, right temple and today's trend of having beard by the young boys.......Besides being all, I felt his face with a piece of smile worth photographing....the bg though slightly distracting is support to the photograph....as though it is a park scene, yes as it is. just look long distance background......his shirt does not attract from his face that is a plus point.///////////////////Regarding posture 3/4th as usual in making a picture....the pic is in low-key tone, the highlights make good contours.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Not writing a book, but bringing ur photography easy.(post no.212

Do I seem to be so shy........My friend is watching me...My grandfather, took this photograph....................yea friend, this is just kids photography........just I will be right back. good night.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

CHILDREN'S CARNIVAL---JUST ENJOY.(post no211

Vising Charnival is a joy and relief from the rush and noises of long car Qs, the dust, foul smell outside......This We felt when we entered the big ground full of children riding horses, camels, and various items with baloons to swings, riding on plastic horses....I felt I came to a wonderland
where there are lot of eatables in different stalls......just mouthwatering.....the teacher were bust in looking afters the arrangements going on smoothly.
What Madam, the items are finished....the people had to obey their tinytots. for Idli, dosa,samosas,chats etc. Patents,as I observed were carefree too to fulfil the demands of children.
There were elders too, came on the wishes of their grand children, and do u imagine the happiness of the good old person. I think cannot be expressed in words.......good luck...more to come

Monday, April 3, 2017

PORTRAITING....most tender and powerful subject.(post no.210) (post no..

Human portrait is the easiest subjects.....they are all around u.....exploit every opportunity to grab some impressional shots to record/albums to show friends and getting published in newspapers/magazines......

2. WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT IN PORTRAITS, JUST CHECK,  i.e. EXPRESSIONS, EMOTIONS, Body language, moods, sensuality, and moments......They are best taken indoors and outdoors....Every photographer has his own choice....u may be different from me.

3. THE FIRST THING TO REMEMBER WHILE TAKING portraits outdoor is to use  the background to the best advantage......The important thing to remember that the subject does not remain as a secondary unit......Keeping the subject at right position will pay dividends.....A large aperture will control the depth-of-field and help throw the background out of focus. A small aperture will produce a greater d-o-f. than a large one and therefore have background details which would distract the audience.

4. I GENERALLY  keep my aperture fixed at f5,6, a good middle aperture keeping u satisfied in all conditions except the dark ones. However, it still needs to be used judiciously as per the subject, controlling depth of field.................You see in the above available light photograph at f5.6 controlling the d-o-f, between me and the guy with good night light is at its best......lacking right sid lighting would have killed the portraiture effect. His attention is at right angle with sober mood and side powerful lighting segregating his face from bg.....The background was out of focus, which I deliberately zoomed lightly to put more further attention on him. He was unaware when I took the pic. His red T-shirt is another attention holding object and move the eyes fully on him....The picture was taken at night supported by available light, general and spots....This is almost near to street photography.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

SALMAN TO LAUNCH ''SMART PHONES'' against Xiaomi, Vivo(post no.830)

Bollywood star Salman Khan is delving into a new venture and this time it's asmartphone business. The Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Dabangg starrer who also owns the Being Human clothing brand has reportedly registered 'Being Smart' trademark for his smartphone venture.
It's still unclear if he'll take a direct majority shareholding or involve his family for ownership.
He has been in talks with several investors for his venture and is building an operational management team that may be headed by an executive with leadership experience in Samsung and Micromax, reported the Economic Times.
Khan has even selected a Chinese plant for the initial models which may run on Android operating system. The report suggests that the phones will fall below the price tag of Rs 20,000.
Once kick started, Being Smart will compete with Chinese companies like Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi, according to reports.
The proceeds from the venture, like Being Human clothing line, will be directed to charity and social work carried out by the star's Being Human Foundation.
The smartphones will be sold online before it enters retail chains, or even Being Human stores.
Salman Khan had previously indicated his idea to enter the smartphonebusiness two years ago.