A tea garden, a forest land as well as an agricultural land, kumai in west bengal is one of the lesser known tourist attractions but yet another marvel of nature that is waiting to be explored. #indiawithnikon
since you’re dealing with tall trees as your primary environment, wide-angle shots can capture more of a scene when shooting vertically, and give the image a sense of grandiose scale and height.
We are thrilled to inform you that advertising photography icon atul kasbekar will be joining us at the special launch event for the new “z series” mirrorless camera on 19th september! #mirrorlessreinvented
Home to various migratory birds, the gularbhoj dam in uttarakhand is an artificial dam which was completed in the year 1975. its water is mainly used for irrigational purposes. #indiawithnikon
while you may assume that a full-color image is always the best option, in many cases the details found in dramatic images tend to be amplified in black and white.
Dotted with waterfalls cascading over deep gorges, sohra is a unique, natural masterpiece with its swift flowing rivers and breath-taking landscapes dancing to the rhythm of heavy rains. #indiawithnikon
for all their beauty, waterfalls look very similar to one another, and in order to make your shot unique include other elements such as foreground rocks and that add interest to the scene.