Congratulations to the Winner of May Picture of the Month Contest…!!!
Ms. Ankita Jain
Thank you, Mr. Senthil Kumar J, (Manager – Construction ) for being the Judge for this month’s POM Contest.
We wholeheartedly thank him for his guidance and effort for judging pictures in this edition and look forward to his support in future as well.
Please click on the stars below to vote for your favorite photo and make them Winner of the Picture of the Month Contest.
To participate in the contest, send in your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org with Photo Caption/ Location/ Date of Capture/ Camera details/ Category.
Arul Raj S(LMB)
Location – Mudivaithanendal-Tuticorin(Thoothukudi), Tamil Nadu
Date of Capture – 11.05.2018
Camera – IPhone 5S Phone Camera
Shruti Vairagkar(L&T Howden)
Location – Positano, Italy
Date of Capture – 19.05.2018
Camera – IPhone 7 Phone Camera
Deepan Dutta Chowdhury (LMB)
Location – Digha, West Bengal
Date of Capture – 18.08.2016
Camera – Sony cyber Shot
Location -Himalayan Adventure Park, Kufri
Date of Capture – 09.05.2018
Camera – One Plus 2 Phone Camera
Chirag Chakraborty(L&T PT&D IC)
Location -City Palace, Udaipur
Date of Capture – September 2018
Camera – One Plus 5 Phone Camera
Kiranmayi Kakarla(L&T ECC – CTP 14)
Location -L&T Office, Faridabad
Date of Capture – 04.06.2018
Camera – Vivo Y69 Phone Camera
Location -Triund Trek, McLeod Ganj
Date of Capture – 27.05.2018
Camera – Moto G3 Phone Camera
Location -Havelock, Andaman Islands
Date of Capture – May 2018
Camera – Redmi 5A Phone Camera
Mohammed Amir Khan (L&T B&F)
Location -Parashar Lake
Date of Capture – 29.04.2018
Camera – Nikon D3200 with Tikona 11-16 / f2.8 lens
Photography tip of the month: The Rule of Thirds
This rule helps you take eye-catching pictures by using one of the most effective rules of composition.
If you want to take pictures that have a “wow” factor built in them, the Rule of Thirds is the composition secret you need to take advantage of!
To use the rule of thirds, imagine four lines, two lying horizontally across the image and two vertical creating nine even squares. Some images will look best with the focal point in the center square, but placing the subject off center at one of the intersecting points of the imaginary lines, will often create a more aesthetically composed photograph.
When a photograph is composed using the rule of thirds the eyes will wander the frame. A picture composed by the rule of thirds is usually more interesting and pleasing to the eye.
*Photography Tips is brought to you by Mr. Sujith Mohandas (LMB). His main interest includes taking stills of Automobiles and Gadgets and his all-time favorite photography effect is Bokeh Effect.