“The best composition in Photography is all about nailing the right amount of Light at the right amount of Time”
When I could really afford to enter into the world of DSLR and Photography, first thing came to my mind was, “Would it really worth the time and money that I bet on .?”
First things first, I wanted to understand some bits and pieces of techniques in making impressive shots. There are quite a lot of commendable websites to teach me all about the basics and usage guidelines. But what i was really looking for was to see a wide variety of photographs taken at different shooting compositions (Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, Focal Length and of course the Lenses used) which would help me in finding the Lenses I need and the capable Camera body that I have to hunt for. The main objective here is to refrain from overspending on what I really not gonna use as I have seen many have invested on equipment which are just decorating the shelves.
Hence, I simply wanted to start accumulating my work on this page with more or less necessary and core composition details. This would of-course clarify the details of technicalities that were the prerequisites of those reproducible DSLR shots .., Well, at least for Me 😉
“The two most engaging powers of a photograph are to make new things familiar and familiar things new”
“When people ask ‘what equipment pays me most off’ – I tell them my eyes.”
I had always seen the world around me more beautiful and magical far from a linguistic depiction or narration. I still see the world simply carries it’s charm and virtue in its own way. Also, I know, the world is still hiding its best just to unfold with immaculate magnifications in the future. That’s the whole rationale behind me buying a brand new DSLR, at least now on wards i do not afford to miss those magical moments just as a passing cloud.
I am an Engineer by profession, experimenting software on electronic units are my day to day business. When hell breaks, I pack my DSLR to transform myself as a Hobby Photographer and start to slice the right amount of light at the right amount of time.
Guess, what? Let the fun begin.! Get set.., Focus.., Shoot ..!!!
“When people ask ‘what assures a stunning photo, Camera or the Lens’ – I tell them the Photographer.”