Monthly Archives: June 2011

CAPTURING MOVEMENT

The is one of my personal favorite. The monk in maroon robe was walking in a clock-wise direction, spinning the prayer wheel as he walks along. The motion was fast and there was very little available light in the monastery other than the outdoor light coming in through the door. My intention was to show the motion of the monk together with the spinning of the prayer wheel. Notice both the subjects (prayer wheel and monk) were not sharp. Picture shot in Boudhanath, Nepal, 2011..

One of the most enjoyable aspects of photography is the ability to capture movement. I enjoy doing this very much as part of my routine street and documentary photography. I love street photography. The streets are usually a bustling place, always full of people going about their daily lives – often in a hurry. Opportunities […]

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FUJI X100 – THE ‘REAL CAMERA’ REBORN

The fuji X100 sports a retro rangefinder-styled camera

* The following page contain reviews which are my personal opinion, and in no way related to the original equipment manufacturer. INTRODUCTION This post came a little late, after I got my Fujifilm X100 more than a month ago. Nonetheless, I just thought of penning down some personal thoughts about this new toy of mine […]

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ACTION AND MOVEMENT: BOUDHANATH – THE LITTLE TIBET

A Tibetan Monk praying in front of the Boudhanath Stupa

A trip to Nepal is never complete without a visit to Boudhanath, located approximately four miles from the capital city, Kathmandu. The main attraction is none other than the Boudhanath Temple, or the famous Boudhanath Stupa, a UNESCO world heritage site. The Boudhanath Stupa is the largest stupa found in Nepal, and also the holiest of all […]

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FACES OF SADHUS AND THE PASHUPATINATH

Managed to capture this sadhu in bright orange and yellow when I was about to leave Pashupatinath. I love his expression and those huge eyes. Has great "soul" within.

Situated approximately 5 km north-east of Kathmandu is the magnificent temple of Lord Pashupatinath amidst many other temples on the right bank of the river Bagmati (which eventually meet the Ganges in India). The Pashupatinath Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu (established in the 17th century). Along the shores of the Bagmati river near the temple lies […]

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