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The top advise you would get from the pros is to shoot a landscape during the Golden Hours. This makes a lot of sense because during that time you get soft light, deep colors at the horizon, and on a cloudy day you get more dramatic results. One may not always be in a good location during the sunset or the sunrise, and that time the light can really be very harsh,… Read More

Some of my images (very few) sometimes get confused for HDR image, in the sense of having a Surreal Effect to them. Here are my thoughts on the technique. Essentially the concept of HDR is to capture more dynamic range of light. The Camera captures 5 to 6 stops less than what a human eye sees, hence, losing out details, specially in the shadow area. So what the HDR technique helps in… Read More

Just heard the title of this post on Two and a Half men 🙂 . Last week I went to Island Beach SP in New Jersey 3 times. May sound crazy, but I was absolutely obsessed with wanting to take some Red Fox photographs. I recently discovered that there are a few there, till now I used to have to drive 2.5 hours to Bombay Hook in Delaware. However, I wasn’t too… Read More

Last weekend a friend and I drove up to Adirondacks to get some peak fall colors. We got a bit late for Vermont and New England area .. well mainly because we did not plan. I have never been to Adirondacks and thought this was the perfect time. We started early and drove 5 hrs to Flip Inn ( Feels like I am in Paradise) in Northville. Though there was nothing “Paradise”… Read More