Nov22Lokesh was born in Bangalore, India,in 1988. He grew up and went to school and college in the bustling city of Chennai in South India. Conforming to his parents wishes, he started his formal education in Information Systems Management, but soon became restless.. “I took a break to understand my place in this world and to figure out what my skills were” He took classes on art, sketching, painting, dance, martial arts, film making, theatre, music and Photography.
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Tip: The power of lines ! This picture has been taken at the roads of Delhi. The image has been enhanced using Picasa. The image looks site intriguing. It engages the viewer almost immediately. This is the power of lines. Read More
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Handheld Shots — When hand holding a shot that normally requires a tripod, try shooting several frames in the continuous shooting drive mode. The first picture is often blurry – like a single shot would have been – but subsequent shots are more likely to produce a satisfactory result. Read More
Every Photographer, no matter where he started, is made to believe by his peers or teachers or the blog and books he refers to to follow certain ‘rules’ of composition. What happens most of the times then, is that the photographer ends up always trying to capture ‘technically correct’ images as per the rules, letting the art the imagination the creativity take a backseat. What are these rules really ? Are supposed to follow them blindly whether or not they do justice to the pictures ?
In my opinion, these are just guidelines, Not rules. They just give the photographer a benchmark, a starting point. So he knows what CAN be done, how the image CAN be shot, where the subject CAN be placed to make it more visually pleasing. However, there is never a compulsion. If the rules run parallel to your vision and not with it, it is alright to break them. Let us elaborate.