When I tried to select some photographs from among the photos that I had shot over the years, I’ve discovered myself to be mainly a event-photographer.
I consider myself a true nature lover and wildlife enthusiast. However, my photos do not reflect that much.
Organizing these photos had made me to refocus on what I consider myself to be. Nevertheless, these photos carry a lot of emotional values. As I look at them, they literally take me to the exact moments they were shot. I loved revisiting those old memories while compiling this post. Hope you like it.
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Detroit skyline at night from Windsor, ON, Canada. It was little chilly out there when I drove to the riverside at night only to photograph the skyline. The river was unusually calm at that time. The camera was positioned on the roof of my car and a 6 second exposure did the rest. This is my one of the earlier photos that is somewhat presentable. Photo dated September 2008.
Painted Turtle at Ojibway Nature Park, Windsor, ON, Canada. I had to crawl quietly so not to scare the turtle and get close as much as possible. Used the longest end of my 28-135 mm zoom lens. Dated October 2008.
December 2008. Waiting for another Winter storm in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Pre-phase of the snow storm that swept through Southern Ontario with a snowfall amount of 15-20 cm. Photo was taken handheld 40 minutes after midnight with 1/5 exposure and ISO 1600.
Taken on 31st December 2008, and posted on 1st January 2009. This bridge constructed over Detroit river connects Canadian Windsor and Detroit city of Michigan, USA. Its a three-shot panorama shot with a tripod. Processing was not so great but still a keeper for me considering how cold it was at that time.
Paan and shupari (Betel leaf and Areca nut) is a traditional palate cleanser usually served for guests as a sign of hospitality in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and other South Asian countries. In some part of Bangladesh, paan is served after the dinner as a palate cleanser and breath freshener.
Photo taken at Tanvir bhai’s home, after the dinner on July 23, 2009.
The Denver Cheetah! This cheetah at Denver Zoo never disappoints a photographer. Whenever I visit the zoo, I always stop by its enclosure and it will always be there to pose for me (and others). It would look from left to right making eye contact with everyone out there. A great animal for portraiture. I love him. March 2014.
This is my first moon photo! I was really excited to see how the shot would come out. And it turned out satisfactory!. 420 mm is not long enough for moon photography but cropping had solved the problem and I’ve got a reasonably clear moon shot. September 2014.
I was walking by the lake and suddenly it caught my attention. It was among many such rocks placed around the lake. However, this one looks special because of moss build-up near its bottom. And the setting sun has made it look all different. I am glad that I was there at the right time.
I was testing a 6-year old Canon 28-135 f3.5-5.6 IS USM lens mounted on a Canon 6D. The result was not bad. September 2014