Digital Technologies for Photography have really revolutionized this world of travelers. Unlike Film-roll cameras, now Digital Cameras can shoot unlimited number of photographs which only depends upon memory-stick you are using. This Photo Journey shares the normal view we see at any tourist destination around us...
Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked at Qutub Minar, Delhi. This place is one of the main place to get clicked with series of pillars having wonderful carving. It's hard to see only two people in these alleys :)
Above photograph is clicked in front of Humayun's Tomb. This place is most popular in this campus, to get clicked in front of main monument. There is a water pond in front of the Humyaun's Tomb where you need to line up to get clicked.
Lady trying to capture Qutub Architecture in her camera.
Family at Qutub campus, trying to capture Delhi Memories for future...
Here is a photograph showing a girl in front of North Block, ready for a memorable photograph !
In most parts of Delhi, you can see people with DSLRs. It's interesting to see various photographers with different visions to capture this beautiful Capital City of India.
Click-Click everywhere @ Lodhi Garden, Delhi, INDIA
A tourist trying to capture some moments around Parliament House of India. There are some gardens with colorful flowers in front of Parliament House and President's Residence.
There are some standard poses which can easily be seen around these monuments. Specially photographs in front of Taj Mahal !
Digital Cameras Everywhere, pointing in different directions.
This is very common scenario, when security people have to do the job of a photographer by leaving his main duties :)
Digital Cameras have really changed the way people have been photographing and experimenting with light. Now everyone can afford to do experiments and experiments are always good for increasing your learning about any specific subject. That's why we are seeing relatively more talented photographers.
A photograph showing some planned shoots in Qutub Minar campus. Looks like a school meet at Qutub !