The colours

When I am on field, one thing that always fascinates me is “Colours in nature”.
I have always tried my best to capture the true colours of nature and present the same as they were seen by me. Even with the costliest cameras, it is never going to be easy, it takes a lot of technical skill and post processing effort to present the true colours from the scene.

House Sparrow with feed

A House Sparrow with feed, Bandipur Tiger Reserve, 2013

When I wanted to show the wonderful colours in nature, birds are always going to be the first choice. I spent more time photographing birds than anything else.

Northern Shovellers, the winter visitors to Bangalore, 2014

Northern Shovellers, the winter visitors to Bangalore, 2014

Monsoon is the right time to capture those vibrant colours of Indian forests. Though many photographers stay away from forests during this season, I personally enjoy the monsoon outings. In general the wildlife sightings are never going to be easy during monsoons but when they do, it will be a treat to watch.

Tiger, the King of Indian forests. 2014

Tiger, the King of Indian forests. 2014

The colours and mood in the forest changes every season, it is very difficult to choose which one is better. The colour palette during summers is predominately made of warm colours.

The majestic walk of a King, Tadoba, 2014

The majestic walk of a King, Tadoba, 2014

I believe any simple thing out there can effectively depict the vibrancy in nature. Me as a photographer would like to bring out those lovely scenes to my audience.

A Jewel bug on a dried out plant, Bangalore, 2014

A Jewel bug on a dried out plant, Bangalore, 2014

 

A splash of colours on the Elephant's face, Bandipur, 2014.

A splash of colours on the Elephant’s face, Bandipur, 2014.