365 days of photography

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Since my entry into the blogging world, I have developed a passion for photography. I must admit I never used to click beyonf my kids birthday party photos and that too using a P&S camera. I did have DSLR and my hubby has a collection of SLR’s and lens but never got my hands on it for close to 8 years nows ;). Blogging made me realize that good photos makes a blog look good, that’s how I started using DSLR. I currently have a Nikon 5100 with 18-55mm lens and nothing else. I started off with manual mode, and started clicking photos. My initial photos were clicked in night(when my kids have slept and I finally got free time) under a flourescent blub!!! Yes, that how I started. Slowly realized I had to click in day light, then began my baby step understanding of natural light. Till now I know 1 or 2 things only about light and photography. Experimenting more make me learn a few things. That’s when I thought I have to do this as a commitment and on regular basis. The idea of project 365(365 days a photogrpahy) was born. Well, this is not my original idea, I have been inspired by a lot of beautiful bloggers, to name a few,
Deeba Rajpal – Passionateaboutbaking
Simi Jois – turmericnspice
Farrukh Aziz Ansari – cubes n juliennes
Lakshmi - purevege
Prerna – Indiansimmer
Kankana – playflucooking
This is my first post of 365 days of photography. Hope you enjoy it, if you don’t like it, please leave your comments about what improvements I can make in my photos. Till I see you with the next set of pictures of 365 days project, stay happy and beautiful!

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7 Responses

  1. shailaja says:

    Nice clicks jyothi ….just go ahead

  2. shailaja sen says:

    Nice clicks jyothi ….just go ahead….

  3. Deepshika says:

    Such a wonderful idea. And your pictures speak a million words Jyothi. Absolutely Love your backgrounds and placement and the simplistic yet Gorgeous concepts you use. All the best for this project :)

  4. Beautiful! I especially like the photo of the garlic.

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