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130. Weight of Age

“None are so old as those who have outlived enthusiasm”
~Henry David Thoreau

See on flickr for a much better quality and black background

Spent a lot of time on editing. I read some tutorial on ‘How to give a painterly effect?’ in a book by Scott Kelby yesterday. I din’t have any suitable photograph to try at that time. I went for a photo-walk in the small break I got between rains. I saw this old lady from a long distance and I decided to take a photograph. It came instinctively to me that only the side pose will reflect her true state. In side pose you can see the bend in her body which makes a lot of impact. I waited for her till she came opposite to me and took this photograph. After going through Lightroom and Photoshop the final result came out to be complete different from the original.

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70. Blowin in the Wind

I am getting  Institute Organisational Color for my work as the Convener of Pixels- the photography club of IITB. This photograph is dedicated to my journey, to the opportunities I din’t get, to the works which din’t get noticed.  Inspired from the famous song by Bob Dylan-“Blowin in the wind” and to the lines ‘how many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man?’ . Although I still have a long road to go, I am not sure how I am gonna pursue photography after passing out in 1 month but this award does give me the strength to keep fighting 🙂

41. Maa

”My mother taught me to walk proud and tall ‘as if the world was mine.”    -Sophia Loren

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