Posts Tagged ‘ Bombay ’

124. Vihar Lake

This is Vihar lake, Powai. The one major reason I like the campus so much is the greenery and the lakes on two sides :). I will miss the trekking to Sameer Hill. That place is so out of the world and you forget everything while there. It is actually an HDR but I have reduced the HDR type characteristics to minimum.

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85. Lakeside

Another HDR in the series HDR┬á. Compared to the previous HDRs this one looks quite good to me, not too much saturated and not too much surrealistic too. Finally, I am able to get good HDR results. ­čÖé Flickr┬álink for a better resolution

75. Fly High

“I can find God in nature, in animals, in birds and the environment” ┬á

~Pat Buckley

Wow! It was an awesome weather in the evening. I like it when a cool breeze runs through my hairs :). You just close your eyes and feel the thrust of wind against your body. And the clouds looked so amazing. I don’t have any words for it. Hope, I have captured it all in the photograph. Go to Flickr┬áfor a much better and sharp view of birds ­čÖé

Recreating Paintings

As the Convener of the photography club of my institute I was part of the organizing team of the Photography and Fine Arts exhibition. That is when I thought of this interesting idea of immitating paintings. Some of the photographs turned out to be good while others are funny.

38. Rush Hour

This photograph was taken at IIT Bombay campus. It was part of a exercise to find the point in time when all participating elements harmonized to make a good design. I took some time to fix my vantage point. As I was shooting Black & White I decided on having this bright ground as background to give contrast.

20. Coffee shack

In the series of my HDR images, I tried taking HDR without sunset. HDR photographs generally have bright colors and huge details. So I decided to shoot one of my favourite places: Coffee Shack of IIT Bombay, as its colors are very vibrant and I like its hut shaped structure.

As usual I started with a trial photograph with a quick understanding of the place.

The lights were very low as it was nearly 6:00 PM. I liked this view of the hut but din’t like the gutter cover. So I decided to change my position to a closer point.

Now the hut was looking slightly disproportionate, so I slightly changed my angle.

This frame looked nice to me, so I fixed my tripod and shot 6 photographs at different exposures. They were merged by using Photoshop HDR pro to get and HDR image. I tried using Photomatrix ( a separate software which specializes in making HDRs ) but couldn’t get the hang of it. I am still not able to create HDRs as I see on internet but I have improved.

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