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!

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.