One of my oldest friends, Tanaya is in town for her internship, and from the day she saw my post on the Chor Bazaar of Mumbai, last year, she wanted to go. So, after loads of requests and tantrums, we went! She was besides herself and got herself a pretty hourglass and a compass. What mattered the most was that we got some photos, of … Continue reading Chor Bazaar Encore
They named it, Homecoming Of Terror! If you know what am talking about, it ll make you happy that the season 5 is up and available already. We join Underwood family as the hunt for the ‘one that got away continues’ in the brand new season of House of Cards. The season has been a highly rewarding watch, with the ins and outs of politics, … Continue reading Decks on the table!
One more from the project, F8 at Infinity, where my 50 mm lens is fixed focused at infinity and has aperture at F8. Follow the series to keep updated with the new photos of the project. Let me know, what you would want shot in the comments. Cheers!! Continue reading F8 at Infinity – 2
Hi there readers, Agreeing to the fact that my posts have been few, of late, you ll be glad to know, that it has not been only work and no play. I did manage to get some time to go shoot too. When you use a DSLR, taking one handed shots are not what you predict yourself to be doing. But what if, you were … Continue reading F8 at Infinity -1
In the previous part, you saw what makes the Cat Cafe Studio special and stand out of the crowd. This part is a special post dedicated to a couple of kittens who waged a war against each other for a toy. They stalked, pounced, bared their teeth and tumbled together in the fight. The winner, you may ask… lets find out!! Without further ado, lets … Continue reading The Cat Cafe Studio – Part 2
In one of my previous posts, a fellow blogger, The Krazy Butterfly, suggested that I ought to visit the cat cafe that exists in Versova, Mumbai. It sounded quite interesting, so, on 1st of May, I made the trip. The Cat Cafe Studio has a seating capacity of about 50 to the brim, and has a tad expensive but good food. But that is not the … Continue reading The Cat Cafe Studio – Part 1
A week back, I was at Pune for my post graduation convocation ceremony. As a rule, I had my camera along with me. After all was over, as we were packing our bags to return, I notice this kitten, sleeping soundly. Approached her a bit and stroked her fur, she purred contently. I pulled out my camera, fired off a few shots, and she was … Continue reading Surprise Surprise!!
Am at an age, where, slowly and surely my friends are getting married. Some are having kids too though :p It has been about a couple of years since I quit my previous job, and I missed my friends. So, when one fine day, Raveena, one of the first friends at CapGemini, let me know that she was getting married, I was happy. Happy that … Continue reading Wedding Bells : Raveena and Amiy
The minute you put a face in a photograph, you put a story to the photo. One must, maybe for just that one instance of the shutter click, relate to the face on the other side, know that person, know the story; this is my opinion while making portraits. This old lady said shes been in business for the past 30 years and is quite … Continue reading The ones that didn’t win – II
A couple of weekends earlier, with an amazing group of photographers from Pune, under the banner of Pune Photo Lovers, we went to Mumbai for a photowalk for a day. The route was simple, from the CST to Gateway of India and back via the Leopold Cafe. The 50 mm prime being the only lens with me, it was an amazing experience to restrict myself … Continue reading TTL: Mumbai