This January, the wanorie mela was back! A place full of lights, rides, colours and happiness.
As artists, the lights and the colours speak straight to our hearts, and to have a photoshoot there is exciting; just having an image in mind about the coloured mix of bokeh, the props that can be used, the rides, and the colours of those rides, the ice creams and popcorn and cotton candy! (Yum!)
Aleena, my muse for the day chose to be dressed in a high fashion look, to both, contrast with and complement the ambience of the fair. And boy, did it work out!
My idea of shooting was to make sure she stands out admist the colours and lights there.
My equipment for the day was a Nikon D5300 with a 50mm f/1.8 and a Canon 5D Mark II with a 24-105mm f/4. The main aim was to get clear and crisp images, as I was shooting in low-light, carrying no external lights.
As a photographer, it’s always a little scary shooting the the dark, or low light, I could say. We know there will be grainy images, and maybe not as in focus as expected, at times the camera cannot find a point to focus on! But here’s how it turned out to be and I believe it’s safe to say that it was a good shoot.
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