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new work

Posted in Photography on November 11, 2008 by prashanteju

is here


no battery? So what…

Posted in Photography on October 9, 2008 by prashanteju

I try to take a morning walk everyday and have my camera with me. Yesterday evening I took out the batteries to recharge and completely forgot about it. September/October is a fantastic time for landscape photography (my favorite season-moody, foggy, different colors) here in germany. Today however, I just roamed around in the forest and pretended my camera is working whenever I felt like making an image. It was really different and liberating. No worries about whether I’ve nailed it, just plain happiness of making an image.

Black is the winner…

Posted in Photography on August 14, 2008 by prashanteju

Jubiläumskonzert – 40 Jahre Musikschule Germering

Posted in Movies-Music-Cricket, Photography on July 14, 2008 by prashanteju

It was a nice concert and we had great fun. Highlight of the event was the Schwabenstreiche (Adolf Götz) played by Akkordeonorchester Unterpfaffenhofen. This was the 5th musical experience of the year for us which started with Der Nussknacker and we are eagerly waiting for Christmas to see Schwanensee (Swanlake).






Milan — Few images

Posted in Photography on July 10, 2008 by prashanteju




Color cast while scanning film

Posted in Black and White Photographs of Munich, Studio Photography on July 3, 2008 by prashanteju

Good friend Anand Desai sent me couple of his images recently. More details here –

digital v/s film?

Posted in Black and White Photographs of Munich, Studio Photography on July 3, 2008 by prashanteju

that digital is as good or better than 35mm is a given now. However medium format and larger film still rocks. It is particularly true of portrait-photography (more so BW). To keep it simple for the same angle of view a classic portrait in MF is 150mm, equivalent 85mm in small format does not have the similar depth of field, then there is also an issue of tonality…and shadow details.