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Into the Clouds





Winner in Into the clouds Photo Challenge
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Superb Composition
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kariwellborn PRO+
kariwellborn July 04, 2015
Congratulations on winning my Into the Clouds challenge! Very well done.

Behind The Lens

The photo was taken during a trek near Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, India. I tried my best to capture the Heavenly view I was experiencing in front of me! :)
Who cares what time of day it is, when you are on such a beautiful trek! :D We had our snacks at the base camp, and it took us few hours to reach this place. So, I guess the time must be around 11 AM - 12 AM IST.
This photo was clicked using the Canon 1200D camera and Tamron 18 - 270 mm lens. No other equipment was used.
The view itself! :D
No post-processing was done, except cropping.
In my camera bag
Being an amateur photographer, I poses only Canon 1200D with Tamron 18-270mm lens that I carry whenever I feel I might get an opportunity for a nice click. I do not have any other equipment.
The Himalayan range is every bit of beautiful, serene creation of nature. It looks beautiful in every season. To get an "into the clouds" kind of view, you must travel during winter (Nov to Feb), and must be ready to do some climbing and walking to get that perfect view. And last but not the least, do the one thing that all beginners do (that I did) - experiment! Click several photos with different settings till you get that perfect picture. The weather changes really fast in the Himalayas, so waste no time "waiting" to click. Good luck!

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