First attempt on Aperture

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 […]

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Taj Mahal

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 :)  

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Dry Ginger (video)

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 […]

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Pumping water with a smile!

She was around 7 years old pumping water manually in the streets of Cochin. The whole family including the grandfather were racing to fill their buckets with clean water from the water pump at the street. The thirsty city of Cochin suffers from water shortage which triggers many environmental and health problems. The mother of the girl said this problem has been going on for […]

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Cochin through my iPhone

  I will Start sharing my India through my iPhone series with my first destination in Kerala that is Cochin. I traveled to India to be part of an expedition and multimedia photography. The workshop   Oracles of Kerala Photo Expedition-Workshop with the well-known photographer Tewfic El-Sawy aka The Travel Photographer. I’m a big fan of the travel photographer’s work and […]

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Merging my two blogs + Photo from the market

If you haven’t noticed already, I merged my two blogs the current photo blog with my random iPhoneography blog. I also changed the design of the blog to make it more accessible and friendly. In the other news I registered my first domain: Notjustaphoto.me Bare with me till I fine tune the blog I’m also open for suggestions :) […]

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Masha’Allah Rickshaw

I noticed many rickshaw drivers were Muslims .. The sticker on the back of the bike is read Masha’Allah. Masha’Allah an Arabic phrase that expresses appreciation, joy, praise or thankfulness for an event or person that was just mentioned. Towards this, it is used as an expression of respect, while at the same time serving as a reminder that all […]

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