Your Pictures: June 2012

 

Taking a look at interesting people portraits featured in the June 2012 showcase of photographs made by our readers across the country.

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 the Crowd

Vinit Gupta, Gurgaon
“I like shooting a lot of portraits and was fascinated by the look on this girl’s face as soon as I saw her. I asked her to step aside for a moment so that I could get rid of any disturbance in the background.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Canon EOS 500D
Aperture: f/2.8
Shutterspeed: 1/60sec
ISO: 100

“I like shooting a lot of portraits and was fascinated by the look on this girl’s face as soon as I saw her. I asked her to step aside for a moment so that I could get rid of any disturbance in the background.” Photograph/Vinit Gupta

“I like shooting a lot of portraits and was fascinated by the look on this girl’s face as soon as I saw her. I asked her to step aside for a moment so that I could get rid of any disturbance in the background.” Photograph/Vinit Gupta

The Age of Innocence

Anirban Ghatak, Mumbai
“I made this image at Kumbharwada in Dharavi, Mumbai. This girl was curious about my camera, but was very shy to come in front of the lens. Slowly, we became friends, and after almost an hour, she awarded me with this divine smile and the brightest gaze that I have ever seen.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Nikon D5000
Aperture: f/5.6
Shutterspeed: 1/125sec
ISO: 500

“I made this image at Kumbharwada in Dharavi, Mumbai. This girl was curious about my camera, but was very shy to come in front of the lens. Slowly, we became friends, and after almost an hour, she awarded me with this divine smile and the brightest gaze that I have ever seen.” Photograph/Anirban Ghatak

“I made this image at Kumbharwada in Dharavi, Mumbai. This girl was curious about my camera, but was very shy to come in front of the lens. Slowly, we became friends, and after almost an hour, she awarded me with this divine smile and the brightest gaze that I have ever seen.” Photograph/Anirban Ghatak

Three is Company

Sreenivas Gazarao, Hyderabad
“I shot this picture on a bright, sunny day in Ladakh. As I spotted these young monks, I immediately wanted to capture the mischievous look in their eyes.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Nikon D40
Aperture: f/3.5
Shutterspeed: 1/1250sec
ISO: 100

“I shot this picture on a bright, sunny day in Ladakh. As I spotted these young monks, I immediately wanted to capture the mischievous look in their eyes.” Photograph/Sreenivas Gazarao

“I shot this picture on a bright, sunny day in Ladakh. As I spotted these young monks, I immediately wanted to capture the mischievous look in their eyes.” Photograph/Sreenivas Gazarao

A Blissful Memory

Shivu K, Bengaluru
“I was shooting a wedding and wanted to use an unusual angle while doing so. I tried a low vantage point, the bride’s face looked almost child-like. This is how I managed to capture an ordinary moment in a new way.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Aperture: f/11
Shutterspeed: 1/80sec
ISO: 400

“I was shooting a wedding and wanted to use an unusual angle while doing so. I tried a low vantage point, the bride’s face looked almost child-like. This is how I managed to capture an ordinary moment in a new way.” Photograph/Shivu K

“I was shooting a wedding and wanted to use an unusual angle while doing so. I tried a low vantage point, the bride’s face looked almost child-like. This is how I managed to capture an ordinary moment in a new way.” Photograph/Shivu K

Colourful Camaraderie

Rahul Prabhakar, Kochi
“I believe you do not need expensive gear to make great photos. I made this picture during Holi, using a basic compact camera. I tried to capture the festive mood and excitement through the eyes of these two children.”

Exposure Details
Camera: Canon PowerShot SX210 IS
Aperture: f/4
Shutterspeed: 1/80sec
ISO: 80

“I believe you do not need expensive gear to make great photos. I made this picture during Holi, using a basic compact camera. I tried to capture the festive mood and excitement through the eyes of these two children.” Photograph/Rahul Prabhakar

“I believe you do not need expensive gear to make great photos. I made this picture during Holi, using a basic compact camera. I tried to capture the festive mood and excitement through the eyes of these two children.” Photograph/Rahul Prabhakar

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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