Facial expressions and body language are giveaway, I might lie by my words, but my expressions might not.
Clicking snaps of people is interactive and fun. Asking them to be natural in front of the camera is tough at time, and the best way to loosen up is to try an expressions series. It sets a right rapo between the photographer and the model/subject. Smile, laugh, cry, shock, bored, crazy are some of the moods you can use, the more the better. Few tips Read More →
Priya Bhagra – mirror reflection
It’s late in the evening
She’s wondering what clothes to wear
She puts on her make up
And brushes her long blonde? er.. black hair Read More →
A prayer is a constant reminder that we are beggars.
The act of praying or meditating either for religious or spiritual reasons is something most of us have done at some point or the other. It’s an act where one is most true to their identity, most vulnerable and naked. We are our true image when we bow Read More →
Forest Guard at Ranthambore
Sometimes a small insignificant event leads to something big. We might ignore, not notice, or care less about these small events, but they have been the catalyst.
As our jeep ventured further into the jungle in search for the tiger, we came across Read More →
Priya Bhagra – Light and Shadow
“When you look at the dark side, careful you must be. For the dark side looks back.”
Yoda in Star Wars
I tried to create the light & shadow portrait which gives a perspective of the clean and dark side of a person. Thanks Priya, for Read More →
Zaver Shroff lying at the dock
Sometimes the unplanned photographs are the ones that are captured the best.
Most of the snaps I click are experimental trial and error shots, decided on the spot.
On this occasion, we were at a dock without any plans to click snaps. Luckily I had my camera with Read More →
Persy with his rebellious pose
Quite some time back my friend Jonny made me listen to a preamble to “The river” by Bruce Springsteen, I loved it so much that I had been hunting for a snap to go with it. This snap of my friend Persy goes well with it (Thanks Persy for the pose). Below is the preamble, but before that, this Read More →