While taking some pictures of this interesting bike I found in Kings Cross (London), I accidentaly framed this couple in the background bokeh. I love the way I still can see the guy smile even though its blurred. It shows how the couple is still having fun in this journey of life just like how the kid must be enjoying riding this bike. It isn’t the journey, its how you make it worthwhile.
A photowalk done at Churchgate in Mumbai, India. This place has a multiple choice of subjects scattered all over the city. Looking and focusing on every nook and corner of the street you’ll find something that is interesting and fascinating in its own special way. I did this small photowalk of about about 3-4 hours shooting everything that I like and I’ve selected 12 best pictures to share with everyone. Point of this being less of shooting and more of showing people how interesting the enviornment around you can get when you just try and look, focus on the tiny details around you; it just gets more interesting.
Spidey and Mannequin being dramatic. Shot and directed by Jugal (fucking hilarious dude who loves doing such shit). Processed by me.
Updating pictures of 2 days. Been busy lately. My fav subjects of all time – BOKEH!
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I had been left out from updating on #365Project due to my internet issues and now that its fixed I’ll be back to updating it regularly! How awesome is that! Anyway, there is another news to share with the followers. There is a new camera in the house, the one I’ve been waiting for since 2 years almost, a DSLR. I’ll be updating most of my photographs shot from Canon EOS 6D from now onwards instead of the camera I’ve been using for my whole project till now, Sony Cybershot DSC-HX9V. HX9V has been of a great help to get me through the basics of photography and now EOS 6D should get me through the advanced settings. Thank you for the ones who have been checking my blog regulary, I apologize for the long wait. I’m back to updating regularly now. Starting with my first favorite shot from the camera, an amazing bokeh.