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Sunrays/ Skywatch

Barely a few days ago, I was on way to the airport & stuck at an intersection because of a marathon in the city.

What do you do, when you see beautiful sunrays illuminating the sky and you’re itching to capture it despite being stuck at a red light intersection?

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The best option is to pull out your smartphone and capture few shots before the light turns green!

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37 thoughts on “Sunrays/ Skywatch

    1. Pradita, there are many different rules of photo composition. So as per one rule it’s considered as a visual clutter, from another it’s a perspective. It shows that it’s been shot from an urban area. 🙂

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      1. I do but I don’t know how to do it correctly. My husband loves it too, knows how to do it too (he’s into making Car Miniature replicas and photographing them for his page) but he won’t tell me how to do it 😄

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      2. Wow! That sounds incredible. Your husband is quite talented. Would love to have a look at his page. It’s quite easy to learn photography techniques Pradita. Will help you our. 🙂

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      3. Yes. He’s quite good at it and keeps at it whenever he’s not sailing. I suppose the first prerequisite for good photography is to have a decent camera. I only do my photography with my handy phone camera because he won’t let me touch his state-of-the-art camera 😄

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    1. True Esha. I’m a late joiner. Still a photography purist. The problem I face with a fixed lens (like the one in smartphone) is the visual clutter one finds in the urban landscape. Very difficult to remove. But yes, it’s like carrying a camera, all the time! I know you use your smartphone, a lot! I love your compositions. 🙂

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  1. I admire your never-tiring spirit, arv! No matter how frustrating the situation might be, in which you find yourselves stuck, you turn it into an opportunity to take a great photo. Great shots at the the intersection!

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