One fine afternoon, I was greeted by excited shrieks of some kids in the neighborhood. They had found a caterpillar and beautiful looking one at that. A nice photo-opportunity for me. I quickly mounted my favorite Nikkor 105mm macro lens (Micro Nikkor 105mm f/2.8 AI-s) onto my camera and hurried to the place. I also carried my tripod, just in case.
Are you a die-hard Nikon fan? If you are, then here is a compilation of some interesting facts about Nikon. Some of these are just bits of history where as some others are crazy.
(Nikon F3 camera with some Nikon lenses)
Point and Shoot cameras are quite famous with occasional ‘shooters’. I was wondering about the expression of ‘shooting’ a photograph or video. When and how did this term come to be used in photography and cinematography?
It has been over an year now with this new website. The year has been full of interesting incidents related to this site. Those of you who know me from last many years, might remember my earlier websites too but this one is different from all those. This is direct from my heart.
In the process of relocating to another city, we had to pack up our photography equipment as well. While opening the boxes, I realized the amount of clutter that builds up over time. This is worse than the Gear Acquisition Syndrome that most of us suffer from time to time. The clutter I am talking about is the justifiable purchases that gather up.
A recent photography trip turned out to be a series of unfortunate events which I thought of writing an article on. My luck pushed me to use all my preparations for such unfortunate events on a photography trip. The events kept happening but being prepared proved very helpful. My friends also were there to help set things right.
(Nikon Df with Nikkor 50mm, f/5.6, 1/100 sec, ISO 100, +2 EV compensation on center-weighted metering)