I finally made the big convert to Mac *YEEY* !! I couldn’t wait any longer to buy the new MacBook Pro Retina display. I was speechless when I first opened the MacBook and saw the Retina display so vibrant and full of colors ! I’m still in the phase of getting used to the operating […]
Sharing another set of my iPhone shots from my last trip to India. Most of the photos at this set were taken during hindu festival “Arattu Utsavam” in Kottayam Kerala. Photos were shared and edited via Instagram.
Taj Mahal photo sprayed on dry ginger ready sacks to be distributed. Have a look at my video Dry Ginger to know how the dry ginger is processed and packaged. Hoping to see the real Taj Mahal one day :)
I found young Gandhi in Kerala ! This was taken in Kottayam Kerala at the last day of Arattu Utsavam hindu festival last march.
My latest audio slideshow “Dry Ginger” I made this video from still photos combined with ambient sounds taken at the Ginger Palace in Mattancherry Cochin. Workers dry the Ginger, pick, pack and carry the sacks of Dry Ginger. They are paid only 5 Indian Rupees for each Ginger sack they produce. The […]
Sharing some of my favorite photos from the At the Madrasa video. The photos were taken at an Islamic school in Kerala, India. Happy First day of Ramadan :’) (Click on photos to enlarge)
Needless to say I took many photos during my India trip ! I used my iPhone a lot during the trip and I shared many photos in Instagram. I shared the first part of the trip Cochin through my iPhone and Arabian sea – The Daily Fishing trip through my iPhone. Will share the other parts of […]
Smile and the whole world will smile with you :)
Sneak peek of my Bharani Festival photo collection which was shot in Kodungallur. The ritual involves sacrificing a cock on a red silk cloth. Devotees wear red as part of the ritual.
Some characters in my photos really inspire me and just make me smile! This fisherman carrying a bucket of fish on his head is my inspiration today!
Slow shutter speed and steady hands is all it takes to shoot a ghost!
During our coverage of Arattu festival we attended one of the major attractions which was Peacock Dance (Mayilattom). Both dancers were male dressing up in a very colorful peacock costume! They danced with their wooden stick legs at the temple’s compound and people gave them money to have their blessings.
You gotta love the Indian fashion style ! So colorful anywhere! everywhere!
My latest video from India trip. This is the third soundslides production I made after The light Festival and Five Hundred year school. I loved working on this video the children were delightful to be around. Their eyes are full of innocence and life. The photos didn’t need color to be alive their […]
I met this lady nearby the beach in Punnapra after we were done shooting the fishermen. I needed to wash my feet from the sand before going to the bus. Our driver Harris took me to a house where I met this lady with her kids. She started talking about how she had no support after she lost her husband. She is […]