Skewed Reflection

(ISO 50, f/3.7, Shutter Speed 1/25 sec)

India Gate reflection in sunglasses, taken using my friends Nikon 7600. I shot this photo the same day i shot the earlier pics of India Gate, which i posted few weeks back. You can see them here.

Post Processing : Cropped from right, Contrast increase

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Anonymous somitra said...

Nice composition, Sometimes we have to dive in our archives to find a suitable photo to post. That is why my archive keeps on increasing

3:28 AM  
Blogger Smita said...

skewed yes!! but certainly a feat for me its one of ur best clicks in terms of "composition"..

3:44 AM  
Blogger Richa Bhardwaj said...

Oiiii....ekdum sundarrrr. :-)

4:00 AM  
Blogger Woodsmoke said...

Wah wah...ethreal and spooky.

9:25 AM  
Blogger Kalyan said...

Lovely shot!

9:40 AM  
Blogger Rohit Talwar said...

This is friggin awesome!

Saala phone se bhi itne interesting shots leto ho! HUG!

Talented boi, I say.

10:08 AM  
Anonymous Navin Harish said...

gore gore mukhde pe kala kala chashma

1:09 AM  
Blogger Phoenix Rises said...

That's a really interesting pic! What time of the day was it went you clicked it?

6:05 AM  
Blogger Butterfly said...

Awesome!! Mann,you sure take some good snaps.:-)

8:45 AM  
Blogger TripleSix said...

tht's a brilliant one...right colour, they style of clicking in a tilted manner...n if u notice,it is a frame within a frame picture...

n top it all,india gate is beautiful,n looks even more in this pic...

good job,man!!

4:08 AM  
Anonymous Anz said...

must say a pretty "shadey" pic! good shot!

12:31 PM  
Blogger ~ Deeps ~ said...

thanx man and well said :)

thanx lady :)

@richa, woodie, kalyan
thanx :)

arey fone nahi 7600 hai... nikon not nokia :D
thanx :)

heheh ........good one :)

evening around 5:30-6.......

thanx lady :)

yeah i noticed that.......thanx for such a nice feedback :)

quite shadey ::D
thanx lady :)

10:33 PM  
Blogger Amiya said...

Wow, lovely pic. In fact, if you ignore the area around the sunglass frame, it almost seems like a water reflection of the India Gate - although with some colours thrown in!

The technicalities kinda overwhelmed me! I don't get that too much so can't comment on them... can just say that it's an awesome pic and I loved it.

10:02 PM  
Blogger Rohit Talwar said...

See I was so amazed to see it that I didnt even read properly - just threw a look. Grrr.

Hahhaaa. Apna plan kab ban raha hai bey?

10:24 PM  
Blogger Rashi Sinha said...

WoW! Is all I can say!

9:46 PM  
Blogger mayuri said...

cooooooooool :)

1:51 AM  

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