Candid is my favorite genre of photography. I love to click candid shots more than the posed ones. Candid shots express the actual mood of the person. These pictures are beautiful in a unique way.
In simple words, these are the pictures which are taken when the person is unaware of the fact that he/she is being clicked by someone.
These shots focus on spontaneity rather than technique.
Candid situations can be found anywhere. You just need to be alert and quick enough to capture the moment in your camera.
A well known photographer once said, “Beauty can be seen in all the things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph”.
So, in this blog I have uploaded some of the candid pictures that I have taken till today. Please give your reviews by commenting below. 🙂
P.S. Some of the pictures have lost their original quality due to transferring (because I forgot to keep a back up) from Whats App and other social media apps. Sorry for that.
I’ve been very inactive since long time due to being preoccupied with my daily routine. So, here I come back with a new blog post for you all.
This blog post is all about my city, the place where I belong to. It is about the place where I was born, where I live and where everything is familiar to me.
I belong to Pink City, Jaipur. It is known as “Pink City” for its trademark building color. Jaipur is famous for its forts and palaces. These include Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Amer/Amber Fort, City Palace, Jaigarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, etc. I’ve been to almost every fort and palace but haven’t explored each and every corner of them. But for all those who haven’t been to this beautiful city, I hope will surely make a plan to visit after seeing the pictures that I have shared in this post. One of my favorite places is Amber Fort, it is filled with colors of Jaipur. As you’ll enter the fort, you’ll get to see Elephant rides which help the tourists to enjoy throughout the way while reaching the fort. It has been constructed with red stone and marble. There’s beauty all around the place and whenever I visit it, I don’t feel like leaving the place.
So, for this blog post I would like to stop here as there is no end to describe my city,
but I’ll try to make some more posts about each of the forts and tourist attractions of Pink City.
I hope you all would like this small post about Jaipur.
Here I come up again to show you all some more pictures clicked by me. My new blog post, any guesses what is it all about ?
This post is about my favorite effect in photography, Black & White (BNW). I love to click black and white images.
There’s something very different and special about black and whites. They take you back to those times when people had no idea that colored pictures would be there too, flashback to those days when digital cameras, DSLRs or Polaroids were not even thought of, days when even Television programs were black and white.
Black & White pictures have their own charm. According to me, these pictures express the ups and downs of life. Black represents the difficult, sad days of your life when sometimes you break down and feel completely hopeless, but then there comes a shining bright ray of light in your room filled of darkness which shows you the way to get out of your gloomy mood and have a grin on your face once again. This bright light represents the white color. But remember sadness is just a part of life not the heart of life.
So, life is all about the black and whites, a combination of happiness and sadness.
In the end I would just like to say that never be discouraged, keep your hopes high always.
Love to all.
Keep commenting and giving your views. 🙂
Here I am with my next blog about my visit to the Sun City.
Jodhpur which is popularly known as the blue city or the sun city is an amazing place for explorers or photographers. This city is famous for its forts and people.
I went to Jodhpur for a short 2-days trip. Jodhpur is divided into two parts-the new city and the old city. I visited the old city which began with Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower). I entered into the Sardar Market Girdikot which was a big market place where you can find anything and almost everything to buy. But basically you will get the chooras, bangles, ethnic jewelry, handmade things etc., things that describe the people of Jodhpur, their culture. I bought 3 pairs of Jhumki from there as I love them a lot. Be careful while purchasing anything from there as pick pocketing takes place there and also, you can do a lot of bargaining.
After that, I went to see the Mehrangarh Fort, it is the most famous place for visitors.
It is the place from where you can have a mesmerizing view of the whole Jodhpur city. Since I was already very tired I didn’t see the inside of the fort because it was too sunny and climate was very hot and harsh.
P.S. While walking down the streets to reach the Mehrangarh Fort, I clicked many people.
Will be posting the pictures in this blog.
For all the foodies out there, you can go to Janta store and have some tasty Mirchi bada and Pyaz ki kachori there. Mirchi Bada as well as Mawa Kachori is what Jodhpur is very famous for. Going to Jodhpur and not eating a Mirchi bada, then your trip is not worth it.
So, I hereby come to an end of this blog. This is all I ate and visited at Jodhpur since I had some personal works to do as well.
Below are the pics. Enjoy and do comment as well. Thanks.
My name is Vishakha.S.Keswani. I am from Jaipur, a teenager and have a passion for photography. I want to be known throughout the world and therefore, I have created this website.
This is the first shoot that I did. These pictures have been clicked at Birla Mandir, Jaipur. This girl is my friend and a newbie in the field of fashion blogging.
Hope you guys would like the pics. Please let me know about them in the comments below. Suggestions are always welcomed. ♥