Congratulations to the Winner of July Picture of the Month Contest…!!!
Ms. Shruti Vairagkar
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 email@example.com with Photo Caption/ Location/ Date of Capture/ Camera details/ Category.
UD CHALE AASMAAN KE PAAR… (let’s fly beyond the clouds…)
Name: K. Bharadwaj(EDRC-S&T, Railway SBG)
Location – Hamilton heights, Faridabad
Date of Capture – 15.07.18
Camera – Nikon D5600
Name: Mohammed Amir Khan (DLCL B&F IC)
Location – Shimla
Date of Capture – 31.12.2017
Camera – Nikon D3200, Tokina 11-16 lens
Name – Istiaque Ali Khan L&T MHPS (PMG)
Location – Jodhpur
Date of Capture – 26.01.2018
Camera – Nikon D5300
Noor- Queen of Ranthambore National park
Name – Ankur Goel (L&T MHPS)
Location – Ranthambore National park
Date of Capture – 08/06/2018
Camera – Canon EOS 760D, 1/800 sec, ISO-1600, f/6.3
Name – Mr. Rajmaheshwar Reddy(L&T ECC-CTP 14)
Location – Kolkata
Date of Capture – March 2018
Camera – One Plus Phone Camera
The sun doesn’t know it’s a star
Name – Ms. Harshita Jain (Finance & Accounts- Railways SBG – Infrastructure IC)
Location – Humayun’s Tomb Delhi
Date of Capture – 24.07.2018
Camera – Moto M
Category – Monuments
Name – Mr. Mahendra Singh (L&T Construction – PT&D )
Location – Prayagraj, UP
Date of Capture – Jan, 2018
Camera – IPhone
Name – Mr. Chirag Chakroborty (L&T Construction – PT&D )
Location – Chandni Chowk
Date of Capture – July, 2018
Camera – One plus 5
Photography Tip of the Month :
See the light
Before you raise your camera, see where the light is coming from, and use it to your advantage. Whether it is natural light coming from the sun, or an artificial source like a lamp; how can you use it to make your photos better? How is the light interacting with the scene and the subject?
if there is harsh sunlight, find a shade. Now a days you can shot in a cloudy day, clouds are good light diffuser.
These are all things you can utilise to make an ordinary photo extraordinary.
Photography Tip is brought to you by Mr. Mohammed Amir Khan of DLCL B&F IC.