On Culling

The last few days have been about culling, processing, processing and culling, stitching panos, and then some more culling. And a few celeb reposts (yaay!) on Instagram while that happened.

Culling for me is definitely a more difficult job than processing, you don’t want to miss some shot that could have looked good after a bit of dusting, and therefore you do a bit of processing during culling, a bit of r, a tap of v, move the sliders a bit, whither goes the curve. And, hey I shot so many shots in succession – I need to see how they look after stitching… and while that happens, let me go brew a cup of coffee.

Sigh, culling life. New post coming up on the weekend, promise!

Tanah Lot’s Temple

Hindu Devotees at the Tanah Lot temple, at southern side of the island of Bali in Indonesia.

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Buy an A2 print of this picture.

Isa Khan Niazi’s Tomb

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Near the complex of the famous Humayun’s Tomb in New Delhi, there’s another mausoleum, whose architecture is strikingly different from its popular neighbour. It is that of Isa Khan Niazi, a Pashtun courtesan in Sher Shah Suri’s durbar, who fought against the Mughal empire.

The Speck of Red: Shooting the Fiat Punto

In 2012, Shreyas, Rajat, and I picked up our respective cameras and took Shreyas’s latest new Fiat Punto for a spin around the greenery in Pune.

We had a great collection of pictures between the three of us, which has managed to stay in our respective hard drives so far.

Finally, I publish part 1 of my album from the day’s shoots.

Now I challenge both Rajat and Shreyas to publish their sets.