Nikon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6

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Photos taken with the Nikon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6.

Streets of Fort Kochi

Definitive Fort Kochi. By Animesh Ray.

My last to last post was about walking through the streets of Mattancherry in Fort Kochi. Today’s post is about walking in the Fort Kochi old city part only. Fort Kochi is very much unlike most other Indian cities, or even Kerala cities for that matter. There is a very big European influence in the […]

SMIT after Dark: A view from NH-31A

Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology (SMIT) as seen from the NH-31A on the night of 10th February, 2009 at 8:22 PM. The shiny thing is the river Teesta. Details: ISO 100, 44mm, 15s Lightroom/Photoshop Confessions: Contrast+, Highlights-, Clarity+ Ask any photographer and he will say that these are pretty bad photographs. Bad technique, bad post-processing, […]

Hidden Portraits: An Evening in E-Quad

Portraits of some of my college mates from a time long ago (March 19th, 2010). Captured with a Nikon D80 and the Nikon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6. Details: ISO 100, 120mm, 1/30s Photoshop Confessions: Don’t remember. Nothing much is all I can say. You can see what a crappy photographer I used to be then. This is […]

When faces come alive

Not so long ago we were young, and in college. Check out anybody’s college photographs. The joy, exuberance, youthfulness that is so clearly evident on the faces in the photographs is unique to that phase of the life. It cannot ever be duplicated. Unfortunately. What makes this photograph stand out? No technical gimmicky, just plain […]

Capturing the Fall

It was Saraswati Puja eve. The college used to be in a festive mood on that day. The weather also used to be really nice during that time with winter giving way to the spring. So there are we, me and some of my friends hanging out near the place where the puja was taking […]