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#Repost @nanhikali (@get_repost) ・・・ @colstonjulian shares a few #throwback pict…

#Repost @nanhikali (@get_repost)
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@colstonjulian shares a few #throwback pictures of #ProudFathersForDaughters 2016. He’s back along with @atulkasbekar , @prasdnaik , @nishakuttyphotography , @sureshnatarajan.etc and @jaideep.oberoi for the 4th season and invites you all to register for the event to help #EducateTheGirlChild. #RiseForGood and be a part of changing a little girl’s life. Registration link in bio. #photography #nanhikali #ngo #educateher #education #photoshoot #empowerher #womenempowerment #education #girls

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Alpha Collective member @tiffpenguin shares her experience behind this photo: “A…

Alpha Collective member @tiffpenguin shares her experience behind this photo: “As if a morning spent walking under the 10,000+ torii gates of the fushimi inari shrine wasn’t memorable enough, having the chance to see the guji or head priest of this shinto go through his morning ritual was an experience I’ll never forget.” | a7II | 24-70 GM f2.8 | ISO 1000 | f2.8 | 1/125 sec |



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Wildlife photographer and filmmaker @schmid_chris shares some INCREDIBLE images …

Wildlife photographer and filmmaker @schmid_chris shares some INCREDIBLE images taken during his African excursion. “My job is to document the natural beauty of this astounding planet by pushing the limits of what has been done before by taking risks and being outside of my comfort zone.” ???


Here are some additional insights behind the first image displayed, “When you’re doing aerial photography it requires a really fast shutter speed. It’s essential to get good sharpness despite the movement and the vibration of the helicopter. The shutter speed should be greater than 1/2000. To do so you can use very large apertures since there is no need for depth of field in aerial photography and also a high ISO. If you’re shooting in Aperture or Shutter priority, the camera will often overexposed the image due to the dark background, especially when shooting birds eyes view. So you should probably underexposed your image by around 1 stop to get the correct exposure.” | Α99 | Sony 500mm | ISO 800 | f4.0 | 1/2500 |



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