246 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. With your obvious talents for art and photography I can see that this journey will be long and worthwhile πŸ™‚ Do have a superb week my friend and keep enthralling your followers with these exquisite pieces of your work πŸ™‚

    Andro

  2. I have been receiving your emails and checking out your nature related photos for some time. How do you feel about “reblogs?” from time to time, not too often, occassionally. I like sharing nature photos on my blog called “Container Crazy Cathy T”, especially of flowers, insects or whatever is spotted in nature. With your permission, may I reblog your photos? Cath

  3. ‘A normal person who likes to click what ever catches his eyes.’ That’s a very professional attitude…!
    I wish more professionals would make photographs from this point of view.

  4. Hi, just drop by to show our appreciation for following Four Seasons Bridal sit and liking our recent post. We as well prefer natural shoot, no doubt at certain time, we need to do some touch up for the sake of business.. πŸ™‚ Love your shoots, very natural indeed, and yeah, capturing that moment down is very meaningful, whether to us, as a photographer or others…as once it is passed, is passed… feel free to drop by our site to view others of our work, and feel free to comment as well, it might help us to improve our photography skills… Thanks a lot… best regards.

  5. Had to look up what a Kiss X4 was, as it was sold as the Rebel T2i over here in the U.S. I, too, am a huge Canon fan. I’ve been using Canon equipment since my original TLb back in ’74. Still have my old EOS 10S, and in digital I have the original 5D and the newer G1 X. Isn’t photography fun?

  6. I have nominated you for the Kreativ Blogger Award and hope you will accept my appreciation. If you choose not to go ahead with the award process, please feel free. It was important for me to help others find their way to your wonderful blog and my way of saying “thank you” for taking the time to share. πŸ™‚
    with love light and JOY

  7. Found you at last! Thank you for your visits to my blog – and the likes. You have not been easy to find – your Gravatar led me nowhere, it was the wp e-mail notification that got me here. Thank you! Now to peruse and see what you are up to – after reading the other comments, I’m sure I’ll find some wonderful surprises.

  8. thanks so much for following my Mindfulness Journal Blog. Most of my blogging these days is on my Not In India Blog actually, but I appreciate your being with me anywhere . You are not a photography actually- your are a philosopher and a true artist. I really enjoy your shots and comments on them.
    with love light and JOY

  9. I am glad you came and visited my post about New Zealand. I have been very encouraged by not only your photos but your thoughts put into words. You have inspired me. Thank you.

  10. thanks for like on mt blog . I love photography and am happy you brought me here to yours as well. look forward to checking it out further.
    with love light and JOY

      1. We will be in Provence in May…specifically for a photo trip. And again in September (Burgundy) for photography. Plus, we are in Provence most of the summer. If you are scheduled to be there at the same time, that would be great. If you’d like to travel with us, even better! wendy@blisstravels.com

  11. I have enjoyed following your blog these past few months; your photography and writing never fails to inspire me; therefore, I nominated you for The Very Inspiring Blogger award. Check it out : http://monahoward.com/2012/03/25/very-inspiring/

    When I wrote this, I forgot to include directions: 1) Include the image of the award on your post, 2) acknowledge the person who nominated you & link back to his/her blog, 3) write a list of things about yourself [usually it’s 7], 4) nominate 7 or more bloggers.

  12. Nice images! Keep your buddies happy by carrying them with you wherever you go, and the rest of us happy with your results. Photoshop and the other software out there won’t make you a better photographer, learn to get what you want in the camera…. Do you want to be a photographer or a photo editor? Keep shooting! And thanks for liking my blog post.

  13. Hiya!

    Thank you for the visit and liking my post about Old Barn by Ronneil Camara Photography. Sorry was not able to thanked you right away since my week was pretty hectic. Happy weekend.

    πŸ™‚

  14. Thanks for checking out my blog. I had to laugh when I came here to check yours out because your best buddies are the same one’s I use. I also just capture whatever catches my eye without editing software. Very nice pics.

  15. Here i comes, hi da ammu…my inspiration. Finally i m here, wanted to be here for long time, but this all happened today. Asusual, u r a genious & such an “INNOVATIVE IDIOT”. Ur photos are all awesome da. I missed ur blogs completely, anyways will be following u forever n ever.

    1. Thanks for following my blog Golu πŸ™‚ Welcome to WordPress a new world! Hope you will enjoy blogging here. And good luck. I have visited to your blog and its just excellent starting! Keep going :):)

  16. I am missing your photographs! POST some! πŸ™‚ I like it that you don’t fancy up your photographs with software. That’s true photography!

    1. Till now what ever I posted all are my own photos.
      I am glad that you liked my photography’s very much.
      Daily I am posting one photo from my collections.
      Keep following my blog & give your feedback for the same.. Have a nice day πŸ™‚

      1. I was on the wrong page! That’s why I did not see the photographs! Good grief! I apologize. I have been seeing them. I was confused, I guess. I love your work. Such pure photography. The way it’s supposed to be! πŸ™‚

  17. Hi, just to thank you for liking my blog, and to say I think your pics are wonderful – such a wide range of topics and each one portrayed so naturally, superb Karma. I’m no photographer, I just know what I like! Family and I have a hobo lifestyle, due to French injustice, and we’re often off-line, but I will follow your blog as and when I can. Thank you for sharing. Kindest regards, Chrissie

  18. Each day you create such an awesome shot !!
    Your photos reveal the serenity and calm you have.
    Loved your compilation.Looking forward to see more.
    And thank you for the like πŸ™‚

  19. Thanks for stopping by my blog and introducing me to yours. I generally post pictures on Sundays. Not always good pictures, but pictures. I have a point and shoot camera. The most editing I do is to crop the picture sometimes. That editing stuff is too complicated for my little brain.:) Love your pictures. Quilted blessings

  20. Thank you for visiting! I’m no professional photographer either, but every day I click and I learn. That’s the mantra.

    Hope to see around more. Lovely place you’ve got here. Following πŸ™‚

  21. Thank you for the like so I could find you. I also just like taking pictures of whatever comes up and don’t edit them. Nature usually speaks for itself and it’s a nice way to feel a little more in touch with that. Not so sure I’m a normal person, but also not a professional. πŸ™‚

  22. Good morning, Googsy – I saw that you stopped-by my blog for a visit yesterday…thank you for letting me know you were there.

    I have browsed through your blog a couple times and have enjoyed visiting. I shall be following now. Thank you for sharing your world with us as you do. πŸ™‚

    Scott

  23. Thank you for liking my photo blog. Now I’m enjoying yours, too. Congratulations on your well-deserved blogger awards.

  24. Looking forward to seeing more of your great photos! I also shoot w/ a lil cannon elph (yields some of the greatest pictures, as long as flash isn’t required…) and otherwise learning my Nikon 3000 I’ve had for over a year. I also shoot w/ my camera ph (8megapxls I think?) –We have the same basic concept: shoot what we see! : ) I do a little bit of editing w/ Picasa which is quite simple, but nothing major, possibly to brighten light and/or colors.

  25. Hi there!

    Thanks for dropping by and liking one of the posts! And that made me discover your blog as well. It’s inspiring, and definitely makes me want to go out more to do some photo hunting.

    Thanks again πŸ™‚

  26. Thank you for visiting 20 Lines a Day and leaving a like on my Distant Cascades. πŸ™‚ I’ll be coming back to spend some time browsing through your own blog.

  27. My other thing about editing, sometimes the camera won’t give you what you envision! Its happened to me so many times, when I edit is because I see a whole different view to what I actually photographed. I see the possibilities of so many looks to that image and then I change it to my liking, when I play with mixing to images and creating a whole new image is very exciting, editing can be fun with some pictures, so don’t be afraid to play with it. You will be surprised at what other ideas you can get!!!

    1. It was good to read your views towards photography & photo editing techniques. Yes, your point of view is absolutely correct. Most likes the natural photos very much & again editing techniques gives a different kind of look to the photography. We can easily differentiate between natural & edited photos.

  28. Thank you for stopping by my website! I will say this: As a photographer, the one thing I decided to do was disconnect from any thing that would take away my style of photographing! I don;t follow rules, I only do photos with natural lighting, even the technical part of photography is boring to me (lol lol), I understand that there’s certain things you need to learn but over all, have fun, be yourself and stay true to who you are as a photographer!

  29. Manojuchila, I’ve really enjoyed the conversation about post-editing images. I especially like your last comment, “It all depends on how you’ll look @ the picture.”

    I’d like to weigh in on the side of post-editing. Ansel Adams spoke about how he visualized the final print even before he photographed his subject. That has always amazed me and it is something to ponder, “do we have a vision for what we are photographing before we snap the picture?” Adams even invented the Zone System to help him get the best possible negative, the one that would help him achieve his pre-vision. But even with all that pre-thought and effort to make the perfect negative, he still manipulated his final prints over and over to perfect his vision.

    1. Thanks for your feedback & brief explanation about Adam photography & a vision towards perfection. Always I take photos keeping perfection in mind which definitely gives an extra life to the clicked photo or photography.

  30. I think you are doing a great job on your photos… I am also not a Professional photographer..
    Butt i absolutly love taking photos… I am actuly taking all my photos with my Iphone 4… The vintage app function that i have downloded… its amazing…
    But photagrefi i is all in the eye:)not the device.. Butt i really like your blogg:)

    http://pargahellas.wordpress.com

  31. Hi,
    Thanks for following my blog. Next post is being drafted and will be up soon – a typical village wedding in India!
    Dorinda

  32. The more natural the better! I’m a photographer and I don’t use Photoshop. I increase contrast, convert to b&w or sepia, play with the lighting all using the software that came with my SLR and guess what… my customers love how “true to life” everything looks and has not taken any emotion away from the captured moment. Keep up the good work! Your photos are great!

  33. Glad you stopped by at my blog today. I also take photos and do not edit or photoshop them (I actually know nothing about photoshop). I’m also still very unsure about HDR photos.
    Your photos are quite lovely.

  34. Thank you for you’re comment on my coot picture. If you want to see more of my photos, check out the links under ‘WebStuff’. As for photo editors, there are many free ones you can download that will do basic, but effective editing. Just a minor tweak here or there can really bring a photo to life; it’s worth looking into. Try Download.com and search for ‘Photo Editors’.

  35. Hello, and thank you for finding my blog and liking it. Like you, I pretty much click. No photoshopping — just messing around with the art filters on the camera. I checked out some of your photos. They all have something special. I especially like the overhead shot of the toothpicks. And how you aimed the camera while a mosquito was taking a sip . . . That’s dedication!

  36. Hi,
    I’m glad you liked my post about Pongal celebrations.

    Like you I’m a keen amateur photographer. I have a digital SLR and only do minor edits on my pictures – just to make sure they’re not out of focus! The light here in southern India is fantastic and I shall be posting many more of my photos in the next weeks and months. I hope you like them!

  37. Photoshop Elements will do fine…and is not so expensive! I don’t let any pic out of my hands without adjusting because camera does not see like a human eye. If you shoot jpeg-files your camera will adjust the pics anyway.

  38. Hello there. Most of my photos are not edited. I am still learning to do it effectively. I thought about buying Photoshop untill I saw the price. So, is it going to be a new lens or Photoshop? New lens it is! I am looking forward to following your blog. It’s quite inspiring.

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