LogeshKumar
LogeshKumar

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In Dudhsagar

In Dudhsagar
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Location
This photo was taken at the Dudhsagar Falls (literally Sea of Milk), a four-tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River in Goa, India. The waterfall is located in the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park on the Western ghats. During monsoons, the waterfall looks majestic.
Time
It was taken on 27-07-2013 03:22 PM IST.
Lighting
All I used was the natural light that followed a drizzle during a warm afternoon in July. From a camera perspective, the aperture was set to f/4.5 with ISO-800 and exposure-1/40 without flash.
Equipment
A Sony DSC-HX100V camera. Didn't use a tripod as it is not a long exposure shot.
Inspiration
The eyes of infant monkey are what attracted/inspired me to click this image. It was actually feeding without worrying about the rain. I loved the green background and droplets over the mother monkey and when I saw the infant suddenly turn towards the camera, I didn't fail to grab the opportunity. Yes, I froze that moment.
Editing
No, I didn't do any post-processing of this image.
In my camera bag
I always carry my Sony DSC-HX100V camera with extra battery if required. When I know that I will get a chance for a long exposure shot or some still shots, then I carry my tripod for stability. However, many times I have just used the ground, rocks, fence and other objects for long exposure shots.
Feedback
Observe the surroundings and utilize the natural light and get equipped with your device on right angle, wait for the moment to click rather than clicking and doing post-processing of images.

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