Faiz Ahmed Faiz, a true rebel poet was an atheist but is often noted for mentioning God in his poems. One such instance which had me elated and moved was in the poem which follows
In many ways this portrait is a remake of an old one of Swati which I had taken nearly 7 years ago.
One of the first question that the beginners of butterfly watching ask is “Why are the ‘The Blues’ group of butterflies called as such?”
Aditya Mooley has a write up on the second Nagpur PHP Meetup http://www.adityamooley.net/blogs/2009/08/08/nagpur-php-meetup-report-august-2009/
Taking this picture day before yesterday was a gentle reminder for me that one need not always have exotic subjects to create good looking photographs
If you have just started studio photography and find that in most of the portraits you take the heads of your models appear to be stuck on to the background or worse you can’t see the differentiation between the model and your backdrop the chances are – you are missing the hair light!