Wednesday, December 30, 2015

52 Weeks of creative exposure - My favorite pictures

Good Bye 2015! 

Every year we all introspect at 365 days gone by.  2015 has been a fulfilling year for me. I learnt some valuable lessons, some good and some the hard way. Did some creative work that I enjoyed a lot. Some projects become so close to your heart.  More than anything enjoyed making pictures. 

 These are some of my favorite images from 52 weeks of creative exposure and some other images that I have taken through the year. Hope you enjoy it! 

Thanks to my friend Sophia for the idea of making a slide show for our project 52. Thanks to everyone who has supported me in my madness. 

Looking forward to a wonderful 2016!!

I am not happy with the resolution, for now this is the best I could do. I might, replace this video with a better resolution. Will need to find a way to do it. 

So I reworked on the video and here is the new one 

Happy New Year!! 




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5 comments:

  1. Simi,
    I wish I could see the photographs here - i mean in a page - not in a video. But then again - that's me. I love your photographs and love to come back and back and back to gaze at them. We learnt a lot - cheers to more learning!

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  2. Thanks for the virtual tutorial. Happy New Year Simi.

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  3. As Dolphia said always love to see your photographs they teach me a lot and really enjoyed being with you in your 52 days, I have enjoyed and learnt from you all so much thank you

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  4. Thats a super cool video.Looks like i am seeing some professional photographs .

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hugs!
simi

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