Since we hardly like to sit in the office and nonetheless on a Friday, so the GoMissing team decided to head out for a photo walk to the Humayun’s Tomb. As an ace photographer that he is, Saurabh was our guide for the day, giving multitudes of photography tips and teaching us techniques to get those wallpaper worthy shots.
Learning about exposure levels and compositions we started with the Isa Khan’s tomb.
Getting the evening sunlight in the background, perfect for the ‘halo effect’ shots, we tried our hand at them.
Moving on to the main structure, we got some really spectacular shots. The grayscale doing justice to the antiquity of the tomb.
The sun-lit birds with the backdrop of the gate made an amazing shot!
Inside the tomb, we found an intricate ‘jali’ window, with the sunlight filtering in through it. A perfect recipe for some superb low light photography!
We had our turns being the subject also.
We just couldn’t get enough of those silhouette shots, with all of us having a go at it.
And also we had some candid shots of the team busy clicking their subjects. The low light conditions accentuating the intensity of the shots.
Finally, as both the sun and our camera batteries went out, after one final shot, we stowed our cameras and headed back.
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