Tag Archives: photography

February 15

City That Never Sleeps

So I just happened to be in New York during the first week of February, 2015 and just escaped a major snow storm that saw thousands of cancelled flights just a week earlier. Though still bitingly cold, the perpetual light, energy and activity around Times Square was too good a siren call and I just […]

January 04

Chiang Mai Getaway

Happy 2015!!!! Have been so caught up with work in 2014 and have not gotten much time to blog about stuff. Finally got a chance to get a breather and took a short trip to Chiang Mai, Thailand over the Christmas week. It was lovely weather there being cool without overly and amazing amount of […]

February 23

The HDR Effect

We have all come across HDR images and a simple search on the Internet will bring up loads of samples. The premise of HDR – high dynamic range images are straightforward. The digital sensors used in the existing cameras have a limited dynamic range that it can capture from shadow details to highlights. Thus in […]

February 06

Monochrom Allure

There is just that something ¬†about black and white images I find that just gives a sense of timelessness and classic feel. Somehow stripped of the distraction of colors, the mind concentrates instead on the play between shadow and light that provides the perspective and shapes. When I first started dabbling in photography eons ago […]

February 03

Noctilust images

There are few lenses that evoke as much emotion as the Leica M-Noctilux f0.95. A behemoth of a lens (at least as far as Leica M lenses go) it is also the fastest in current Leica M line-up. Some will just dismiss the Noctilux as mere bragging rights and only used by wankers. I am […]