Saturday, June 7, 2014

365 days of photography - May, 2014

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365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,
365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,

May was really busy and even thou I had my hands full, I did shoot everyday and sometimes multiple times a day…that’s the reason not all images in this album is exactly same as that posted on Facebook. I tried to make a diptych using a color scheme. Am constantly learning my color wheel from nature and I am often surprised as to how much am influenced by it. Here is my Fb album . Am totally in love with all the colors and textures around me, I know am not able to do justice to what I see, but am getting there, loving the journey. I would love to call this set of images, spring thru my lens. 

I have gotten some queries about photography, am going to resume my tutorial (my 2 cents, am no expert) in fall. Thanks for some lovely messages on FB and emails about my photography, am humbled, if you need my help or input please don’t hesitate to pm me. It’s a beautiful journey and there is nothing like having like minded people with you, would love to hear your critique and thoughts on this post. 
365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,

365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,
365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,


#WhiteWine

365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,

#Pear #PearChutney

365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,
#WhiteWine

365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,

365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,

365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,
365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,


365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,
365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,

365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,
365 days of photography, Food Photography tips, Photography,


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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful photography I love it.

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  2. Beautiful shots, Simi. I look forward to more tutorials!
    Happy Sunday!
    Angie

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  3. no words simi..loved each and every bit of this post..such wonderful capture of nature..no big inspiration than Nature.if offers everything..we just need to keep our eyes and heart open!

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  4. Loved this post! I especially love the top down image of the steel canisters. I look forward to more of your tutorials.
    Deepa

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  5. Simi, thanks for leading me..your pictures are stunning!..each one more pretty than the other...awesome!

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  6. I love your 365 day project! I really need to take photos EVERYDAY not just on shoot days; this is very inspiring!

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  7. “ So you take pictures of your food and post it, that’s all” I would say food is the most difficult subject to click. A good picture make you feel hungry. It can create a craving for a food to the extent that the person can go crazy and hit his phyche..

    Really Appreciate your good work.

    Soma Pradhan
    www.flavoursunlimited.blogspot.com

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Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to browse. I appreciate all your comments, feedback and input. Hope you enjoy your stay :))

hugs!
simi

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