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Photography, workshops, Photo Tours

Star Trail Photography workshop results - 12 Mar 2016 batch

Startrails Swapnil Shintre 01 thumbnailThese are the images taken by participants of my Star-Trail photography workshop on 12 mar 2016. Wonderful location, food and super enthusiastic participants. We had Star gazing sessions through a telescope rented from Primes & Zooms, tea/coffee and lot of star trail images till 4 am in the morning. Photo on the left is by one of the participant Swapnil Shintre. To see all images read on.. My next Star Trail photography workshop is scheduled on 19 Mar 2016 in Pune. This batch is full. So you can join the 26th Mar 2016 batch. For complete details Click here

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First Star Trail Photography workshop results

Star Trail photo by Shalmali KaleThis is the first Star-Trail photography workshop that I conducted. Wonderful location, food and super enthusiastic participants. We had Star gazing sessions through my telescope, tea/coffee and lot of star trail images till 3.30 am in the morning. Photo on the left is by one of the participant, Shalmali Kale. To see all images read on..

My next Star Trail photography workshop is scheduled on 22-23 Feb 2014 in Pune. Details here

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Pollen Grain Dispersion

Pollen Grain dispersion

Pollen grain dispertion

I feel images are made first in your mind and the camera simply translates your imagination. This is a photograph of pollen grain dispersion from a grass blade. This grass is found all around the area in my region. For naked eyes the pollen grains appear to be like a white powder falling off from the seeds when you tap the grass blades. I first visualized this image in my mind and planned the technique. Used a off-camera flash to freeze the pollens mid air. I visited the forest area for two consecutive days to get the perfect picture which was technically perfect and more importantly, aesthetically pleasing. Click on the image for a larger view.

Comet Lovejoy (C/2013 R1)

Comet Lovejoy 19-20 Nov thumbnailComet Lovejoy is currently high up in the morning sky visible through binoculars. Here is the skymap for next 2 days. Click on the thumbnail for larger view.

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