It isn’t that I don’t love my new digital camera but sometimes I feel it is absolutely useless…especially at night. I always loved night photography and I wanted my cam to capture the night shots awesomely and that stupid Malabari salesman of KMT said it will do so. But I was pretty disappointed when I learned that my camera needs to be more sophisticated (something like SLR) to get those splendid shots of night. Added to this, I am also in need of a tripod (coz my hands shake a lot)…but is it necessary? - I am only in my first steps of photography? And I must learn to click first before I fly high…right…
When I bought this camera I was unaware of shutter speed control which is absent in my camera, therefore I cannot click anything in motion like a flying bird or a running child or a firework and even if I click, it would be something else. Anyway, one of my friends and fellow photographer said that I am over enthusiastic and any kind of learning needs time and practice from simple then complex.
So while I was in India where I always hang the camera around coz India is one of those places that is so diverse and surprising, I don’t want to miss a shot. (And a place to show off too!) One of the noted photographer said so of India, “Sit in one corner of the street [of Delhi] and click and you will click for lifetime as every moment is different yet beautiful.” Despite of filling up my laptop and EHD with 1000s of picture, I still feel that I have missed some shots. Most of the pictures are shot within the family in various moods and moments, some of the locals and landscapes, flowers and at times children…
The following are some shots from my sister’s garden and her roses:
I don't know what these flowers are called...Gill any help?
These violet flowers smell like garlic!
And despite how much I despise my camera at night, I was somehow able to capture these pics:
These were the lamps set up at a local temple
And of course the flashy and flamboyant decorations...
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