The new series named "Through the Lens: Journey of a Blogger" has been initiated by me and I look forward to upload and update this series with as many photographs as possible. Enjoy.
Title: Through the lens: Visions of Surat Camera: CANON REBEL T5 Lens: Canon EF 18-55 mm Raj Ondhia. All Rights Reserved.
Natural phenomenon, which is largest in 68 years, will be visible after sunset on Monday wherever you are in the world and there wouldn’t be another like it until 2034. So, I went to outskirts of my city and enjoy this event. Here are some of the pictures during my visit. T: #Supermoon C: Canon Rebel … Continue reading Through the lens: The Incredible Space
When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else. Most people in the city rush around so, they have no time to look at a flower. I want them to see it whether they want to … Continue reading Through the lens: The Beauty of Nature
Robert Rodriguez Jr. shares some of what he thinks are the key elements of strong composition in landscape photography and how you might apply them to your own image making. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oraLIpiIVzo
Amazing visit to Harvard University inspired me as well as my other friends who visited to USA for 10 Days from Delhi Public School Surat. Copyright 2015. Raj Ondhia. All Rights Reserved.
Shot with Canon EOS 700D: f/10: 250mm: ISO 3200: 1/125 sec:
Shot with Canon EOS 700D: f/8: ISO 100: 49mm: 1/200 sec:
The mood of a portrait comes from many things. Lighting, posing and Photoshop processing are three of the many variables that a photographer can control. In this video Gavin Hoey creates two shots with different moods and talks you through the steps he takes to create the final look. And also visit: http://www.adorama.com/ for more details … Continue reading Controlling Mood in Portraits: Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey