Raj has donned his “I-AM-A-PHOTOGRAPHY-TEACHER” hat. I am a huge fan of his photography. If you haven’t checked his blog yet, I suggest you do it (after reading this post!) He’s recently come up with this initiative known as “Learn Photography” where he gives photography tips and tricks and as a bonus, you get to do some homework too! 😉
Every photograph has a story behind it. Click at the right time and you have a beautiful photograph and a story to tag along with it. Unless you are like me, so awestruck by something that you just stand there with our mouth open and then someone has to nudge you, asking you to “click the moment”.
This is what I was talking about in the previous paragraph. There were a lot of pigeons pecking something, and all of a sudden, whoosh! They all fly! And there I was, standing with a camera in my hand and going woooww at this wonderful sight. And my mum said “Oh well! I thought you were waiting for the right moment to shoot.” By the time I clicked, well… I think the picture says it all!
Talking of perspective, getting the right shot at the right time, here’s a photo taken at one of the churches in Goa.
Goa is a paradise. There are beaches, temples, churches, good food, wine, sweets, shopping and everything else!
The above photo was taken near the entrance of one of the famous churches in Goa – St Francis Xavier Church. If you look closely, you can see a group of friends laughing over something, girls excited about clicking selfies (I saw them at St. Augustine too), a father and daughter duo walking hand-in-hand and a few lazing around. As I walked towards the building, I found a couple of egrets pecking around, a few honeymooners clicking selfies and few jobless tourists like me roaming around.
What story does the above photograph depict? Life in Goa – there’s fun, love and joy.
P.S. : Raj, I really do not know if you would consider this as an entry so I choose to wait for your green signal and then create a pingback.