From last one year I was thinking to write a blog with photos about the Diwali festival celebrations . A week back I even prepared all the photos that I have taken but could not get time for the writeup. Now on the day of the festival I am writing this in a hurry so please excuse if there are spelling and grammar errors. Hope this gives some basic ideas to capture some beautiful photos of this beautiful festival.
Gears required: From a small digital camera to basic DSLR is enough. If DSLR guys own a 50mm 1.8 , then take that out from your collection. This will be your best companion for making some wonderful photos. Use tripod most of the time as you are going to shoot in a very low-light conditions. Use hoods always to avoid glares.
OK. This is the collection. Once I capture some more in this Diwali, I will post some more images.
Some more messages:
-there are many more ideas that you can find. So let me know I want to see them too.
-While capturing photos do not forget to have fun.
-For some time keep your gears aside ( ofcourse in a safe place ) and have fun with every one.
Dinesh Maneer is a independent hobby photographer from Bengaluru ,India. His photographs are mainly focused on landscapes, villages , traditions and culture of his home state Karnataka. He spends his most of the leisure time traveling through villages documenting unknown fading cultures Occasionally he enjoys traveling within India and hiking in Himalayas. His photos are published in many magazines, online magazines and newspapers.
By profession Dinesh Maneer is mechanical engineer and credits his inspiration for photography to his family. View all posts by dinesh maneer