Your Pictures: May 2010
Title: The Mobile Shopkeeper “I was travelling through the Sherpur District in Bangladesh and was visiting the villages around. It was a late afternoon, between 4–5pm when I noticed a man with a mobile shop selling pickles and other edible stuff. The background was clear and there was good light when I took this picture.” Camera: Nikon D70 Lens: Canon 28–200mm ISO: 400 Exposure details not available Photograph/ Mohammad Rakibul Hasan, Bangladesh
These are Readers’ Images published in the May 2010 issue of Better Photography.
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Dadar (West)-400028, India.
Title: Yatra “It was early in the morning and I noticed an old Jain woman slowly walking down an empty road. For me, this photograph signifies her transit from darkness into light.” Camera: Canon EOS 350D Lens: Sigma 200mm ISO: 400 Aperture: f/7.1 Shutterspeed: 1/250sec Photograph/ Jayesh Patel, Gujarat
Title: Young Monk “I had gone to a monastery at Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, when I noticed a few young monks hiding behind the door and being reprimanded by an elderly man. It took patience to wait there for the right moment, but eventually I managed.” Camera: Canon EOS 400D Lens: Canon 18–55mm ISO: 100 Aperture: f/5.6 Shutterspeed: 1/25sec Photograph/ Rakesh C Maurya, Lucknow
eams Title: Dreams “This old lady caught my attention in Kumortuli, Kolkata, which is a potters’ colony. I was taken aback by her resilience to fight the hardships of life, apparent in her eyes. For me, she still has a lot of dreams that are unfulfilled.” Camera: Nikon D80 Lens: Nikkor 18–135mm f/3.5-5.6G IF- ED ISO: 200 Aperture: f/ 5.6 Shutterspeed: 1/50sec Photograph/ Krishnendu Chakraborty, Kolkata
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