Your Pictures: July 2011

 

In July 2011 issue, Better Photography showcases readers’ images that utilise interesting backgrounds and other compositional elements to create abstracts.

If you want your photographs showcased, send in entries to:

The Editor,
Better Photography, Infomedia18 Limited,
Ruby House, ‘A’ Wing, J K Sawant Marg,
Dadar (West), Mumbai – 400028, India.

Email: entries@betterphotography.in

In Darkness

Soumyadeep Paul, Kolkata
“During a shoot, my attention was diverted by the curtains in the room. The backlighting interacted well with the dark room, and I decided to take this picture.”

Exposure Details
Camera:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W210
Aperture: f/2.8
Shutterspeed:
1/30sec
ISO:
200

 

“During a shoot, my attention was diverted by the curtains in the room. The backlighting interacted well with the dark room, and I decided to take this picture.” Photograph/Soumyadeep Paul

“During a shoot, my attention was diverted by the curtains in the room. The backlighting interacted well with the dark room, and I decided to take this picture.” Photograph/Soumyadeep Paul

 

 

Mysterious

Dhinoo G, Chennai
“While my daughter fed these fishes, a few of them luckily posed for my camera. I managed to take a photo just in time and B&W processing helped add an eerie touch.”

Exposure Details
Camera:
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Aperture: f/2.8
Shutterspeed:
1/60sec
ISO:
400

 

“While my daughter fed these fishes, a few of them luckily posed for my camera. I managed to take a photo just in time and B&W processing helped add an eerie touch.” Photograph/Dhinoo G

“While my daughter fed these fishes, a few of them luckily posed for my camera. I managed to take a photo just in time and B&W processing helped add an eerie touch.” Photograph/Dhinoo G

 

 

Colour in Colourless

Anand Vasudevan, Calicut
“While the entire photograph including the flower is in monochrome, a hint of yellow light can be seen inside the white flower. I consider that light as a small ray of hope.”

Exposure Details
Camera:
Nikon D3000
Aperture: f/8
Shutterspeed:
1/800sec
ISO:
100

 

“While the entire photograph including the flower is in monochrome, a hint of yellow light can be seen inside the white flower. I consider that light as a small ray of hope.” Photograph/Anand Vasudevan

“While the entire photograph including the flower is in monochrome, a hint of yellow light can be seen inside the white flower. I consider that light as a small ray of hope.” Photograph/Anand Vasudevan

 

 

Coloured Wall

Anuj Lal, New Delhi
“Qutub Minar is home to some beautiful and intricate detailing. This minaret was recently washed and the stone displayed different colours. I managed to capture the fine carvings on it.”

Exposure Details
Camera:
Nikon D60
Aperture: f/5.6
Shutterspeed:
1/80sec
ISO:
100

 

“Qutub Minar is home to some beautiful and intricate detailing. This minaret was recently washed and the stone displayed different colours. I managed to capture the fine carvings on it.” Photograph/Anuj Lal

“Qutub Minar is home to some beautiful and intricate detailing. This minaret was recently washed and the stone displayed different colours. I managed to capture the fine carvings on it.” Photograph/Anuj Lal

 

 

Reflections

Dinesh Paruchuri, Hyderabad
“Inverted reflections are always interesting. I captured this image because of the perfect formation of reflected shapes and colours.”

Exposure Details
Camera:
Canon EOS 350D
Aperture: f/5
Shutterspeed:
1/200sec
ISO:
100

“Inverted reflections are always interesting. I captured this image because of the perfect formation of reflected shapes and colours.” Photograph/Dinesh Paruchuri

“Inverted reflections are always interesting. I captured this image because of the perfect formation of reflected shapes and colours.” Photograph/Dinesh Paruchuri

 

 

A Yellow Tone

Shashi Shekhar, Patna
“This composition of the ladder placed against a striking yellow wall looked rather stunning, especially due to the soft light that fell on the wall.”

Exposure Details
Camera:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H10
Aperture: f/3.6
Shutterspeed:
1/60sec
ISO:
100

 

“This composition of the ladder placed against a striking yellow wall looked rather stunning, especially due to the soft light that fell on the wall.” Photograph/ Shashi Shekhar

“This composition of the ladder placed against a striking yellow wall looked rather stunning, especially due to the soft light that fell on the wall.” Photograph/ Shashi Shekhar

 

 

Bokeh Patterns

Aroon Kalandy, Calicut
“The lights outside my window were creating lovely bokeh. I used mytripod and set a long exposure to enhance light’s effect.”

Exposure Details
Camera:
Sony Alpha 200
Lens: Sigma 18–200mm f/3.5-6.3 DC
Aperture: f/6.3
Shutterspeed:
8sec
ISO:
100

 

If you want your photographs showcased, send in entries to:

The Editor,
Better Photography, Infomedia18 Limited,
Ruby House, ‘A’ Wing, J K Sawant Marg,
Dadar (West), Mumbai – 400028, India.

Email: entries@betterphotography.in

 

 

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