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Dim light photography using canon 50mm - Anuja Chauhan

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The 50mm magic

16 Aug 2011 | 3 comments » Add a comment

If you have bought yourself a canon SLR camera sporting the default 18-55mm lens, and are now wondering which should be the next lens you pick up, I seriously suggest the cheap 50mm f/1.8 lens from canon. The reasons are simple


1. Sharpness
The Canon 50mm f/1.8 is one of the sharpest lens Canon has to offer, some say even sharper than the expensive 24-70mm lens (which is known for sharpness). However I have noticed that at f/2.8 and

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Ransley Vaz, 50mm, Abstract, Abstract photography, burn, fire, lighter flame, man with a flame, man with a lighter, People, Portrait, Ransley Vaz, Photographer Anurag Jain

Ransley Vaz

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We didn’t start the fire

23 May 2011 | 2 comments » Add a comment

Yeah right! we didn’t start the fire.. It was always burning, since the worlds been turning.. But the fire is every growing, thats because we try to fight it with fuel rather than water.


People revolting, war, drugs, diseases, rape, child abuse, murder is what greets us early morning in news… And its nothing new, its been happening since the dawn of civilization. So why do we label ourselves as a civilized society? Which civilized

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Woman with a crystal ball, 50mm, Abstract, fortune telling, night photography, People, Portrait, woman with a crystal ball, Photographer Anurag Jain

Woman with a crystal ball

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Look into the future

17 Jan 2011 | 4 comments » Add a comment

“The problem with the future is that it keeps turning into the present.”

Calvin And Hobbes


A few drinks down and soon enough one starts talking about the future.. or his/her existence in this world, what his/her goals are.. what the path ahead leads too.. Well the best part of the future is that “we dont know what we don’t know”, and hence we can never predict it. These are the few statements I have heard from people in their most philosophical state of mind (hic hic).


1. I feel the future me will be able to meet

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