Mood Musings

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Working with the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence, Arup Bhattacharjee is, in his words, “an accidental photographer”. Bitten by the travel bug, Arup started capturing the memories of his trips using a simple point and shoot camera. Living in North India provided him immense opportunities to photograph the bountiful nature and scenic landscapes. Arup has won more than 100 nat … [Read more...]

A Narrative of Fleeting Moments

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Debesh Kumar Pattnayak is a self-taught photographer based in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. A student of Computer Application, Debesh bought his first camera, Canon EOS 700D, two years ago, to pursue and master the art of photography. His work depicts well composed candid moments along with compelling narratives. His photographs have been recognized and awared by various national and … [Read more...]

Road Tripping to Khardung La for the # Highest Blogger Meet

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Pro Travel Photographer. Photo Jurist. Photo Educator. · SPEAKER (Architectural & Travel Photography): · TBEX Europe 2016 (Stockholm) · TBEX Asia 2016 (Manila) · TBEX International 2017 (Jerusalem) · TBEX North America 2017 (Huntsville, AL) WINNER: · India’s Biggest Blogging Contest - Cox &Kings’ Grab Your Dream (Season 2) · National Geographic Traveller’s Get Out … [Read more...]

Captivating Visions

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Wildlife photography, like landscape photography, is probably the most sought-after genre of photography for nature lovers. Photographers travel to every nook and corner of the world to indulge in this profession or hobby. And they work real hard – being a wildlife photographer means much more than just being able to afford expensive gear. Unless we are dedicated to w … [Read more...]

My Life with Cameras: Rustom Davar

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As a young kid, I watched with amazement my father taking photographs with a folding plate film camera, and then colouring the prints with a paint brush. The camera was a pre-war Goertz made by C.P. Goertz and Co. (now defunct). My elder brother (elder by six years) inherited the camera, and in the fifties it was still possible to find a photo store who would cut and load … [Read more...]