Your Pictures: July 2013

 

Here is a look at the best photographs made by our readers across the country in the July 2013 issue of the magazine.

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

The Editor, Better Photography,
Network18 Publishing, Ruby House,
‘A’ Wing, J K Sawant Marg,
Dadar (W) Mumbai-400 028, India

Email: entries@betterphotography.in

A Golden Reflection

Arjun V Nair, Chennai
“It was raining heavily and the grill looked distorted through the window. I deliberately overexposed by a stop to make the golden street light from window look abstract.

Exposure Details
Camera: Canon EOS 1100D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18–55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
Aperture: f/5.6
Shutterspeed: 1/6sec
ISO: 6400

“It was raining heavily and the grill looked distorted through the window. I deliberately overexposed by a stop to make the golden street light from window look abstract." Photograph/Arjun V Nair

“It was raining heavily and the grill looked distorted through the window. I deliberately overexposed by a stop to make the golden street light from window look abstract.” Photograph/Arjun V Nair

Imperfections

Shreyaas Krishna, Mumbai
“I enjoy shooting walls and structures that show signs of decay. Here, the chipped off paint, discoloured wall, and even the bits of cement add to the gritty feel of the image.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Panasonic LUMIX DMC‑FH20
Aperture: f/3.3
Shutterspeed: 1/60sec
ISO: 80

“I enjoy shooting walls and structures that show signs of decay. Here, the chipped off paint, discoloured wall, and even the bits of cement add to the gritty feel of the image.” Photograph/Shreyaas Krishna

“I enjoy shooting walls and structures that show signs of decay. Here, the chipped off paint, discoloured wall, and even the bits of cement add to the gritty feel of the image.” Photograph/Shreyaas Krishna

Play of Light

Manjari Singh, Mumbai
“At noon, the pillars on the opposite end of these doors casted elongated shadows, creating an interesting play of light and shadow.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Canon PowerShot A410
Aperture: f/2.8
Shutterspeed: 1/60sec
ISO: 200

“At noon, the pillars on the opposite end of these doors casted elongated shadows, creating an interesting play of light and shadow.” Photograph/Manjari Singh

“At noon, the pillars on the opposite end of these doors casted elongated shadows, creating an interesting play of light and shadow.” Photograph/Manjari Singh

Light And Life

Soumya Sankar Bose, Dhaka
“What makes this frame interesting for me are the rustic colours. The minimal light from the window and a half-lit leaf make for a very unusual composition.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Nikon D3000
Aperture: f/11
Shutterspeed: 1/60sec
ISO: 100

“What makes this frame interesting for me are the rustic colours. The minimal light from the window and a half-lit leaf make for a very unusual composition.” Photograph/Soumya Sankar Bose

“What makes this frame interesting for me are the rustic colours. The minimal light from the window and a half-lit leaf make for a very unusual composition.” Photograph/Soumya Sankar Bose

Patch of Shadows

Faizan Patel, New Delhi
“I shot this image inside Humayun’s Tomb, in New Delhi. The patches formed by the shadows on the cracked floor is what caught my attention.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Canon EOS 500D
Lens: Canon EF 24–70mm f/2.8L II USM
Aperture: f/3.5
Shutterspeed: 1/250sec
ISO: 100

“I shot this image inside Humayun’s Tomb, in New Delhi. The patches formed by the shadows on the cracked floor is what caught my attention.” Photograph/Faizan Patel

“I shot this image inside Humayun’s Tomb, in New Delhi. The patches formed by the shadows on the cracked floor is what caught my attention.” Photograph/Faizan Patel

Daylight Textures

Aman Dhingra, New Delhi
“The window light enhanced the colours of the texture on the walls and the roof of my house.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Canon EOS 60D
Lens: Tokina 11–16mm f/2.8 II
Aperture: f/2.8
Shutterspeed: 1/80sec
ISO: 400

“The window light enhanced the colours of the texture on the walls and the roof of my house.” Photograph/Aman Dhingra

“The window light enhanced the colours of the texture on the walls and the roof of my house.” Photograph/Aman Dhingra

Cradle

Vijay Subramanian, Bengaluru
“From where I was standing, the window light made this cloth transluscent. I edited the picture to black and white for a dream-like feel.”

Camera Details: Not Available

“From where I was standing, the window light made this cloth transluscent. I edited the picture to black and white for a dream-like feel.” Photograph/Vijay Subramanian

“From where I was standing, the window light made this cloth transluscent. I edited the picture to black and white for a dream-like feel.” Photograph/Vijay Subramanian

 

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