I know that most people’s Mashramani photos are already out there, and I have to say that this year saw a large increase in not only the amount of photos out there but also an increase in the quality of the photography of the event.
In trying to “cover” the event I take a lot of photos, which means I then have to process those photos. This year I used two cameras, I had a wide-telephoto Sigma 17-50mm on the Canon Rebel T1i body and the slightly longer telephoto Canon 18-135mm kit lens on the Canon 60D body (my favourite lens for the event, the Tamron 18-270mm, has an issue I cannot resolve as yet, it’s slow to focus, which is not good for moving subjects). My favourites from these events have always been close shots rather than wide, but I decided to try to get a variety anyway.
As I expected, my favourites are still the close-up shots 🙂
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For a hand-picked selection, click on this Link, I selected my favourites, not necessarily the best ones, just the ones I like 🙂
4 thoughts on “Mashramani 2013”
Less than a week Mike, that has to be some kind of a record for you 🙂
Ha! I was spurred on by all the other amazing photos I was seeing from others 🙂 Had to get mine out there 🙂
Excellent pictures, they conveyed the spirit and emotion of the event much more than others I’ve seen. The closeups did the trick.
Thanks Satya, I appreciate that! I get more of the feel from my close-ups, but I admit that other photogs do the wider scenes well 🙂