Taken with my iPhone 8 Plus at Nariman Point on Saturday, November 18, 2017. Post-processed with Distressed FX.
Last Saturday I took a few hours while in Mumbai, India on business to tour a couple of the major market areas – including the (overwhelming, for me!) Crawford Market. Here are some of the pictures I took using my Fujifilm X100F while walking through the markets.
Thanks to my excellent tour leader Mobin from Mumbai Moments who “showed me the town!”
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A few days ago the Wall St. Journal ran this story “Kolkata, India: An Insider’s Tour for Aspiring Photographers” – which brought back memories of my two visits to this city in West Bengal. The author notes “Yes, Kolkata can be overwhelming. Perhaps it really is the deep end of the pool. But once you jump in, the water’s fine.”
My most recent trip was in January of this year – and this image was one shot from my iPhone while driving through the city on my way to a walking tour. More images from my visit to Kolkata are here in my Flickr album.
When I was in Kolkata, India, we went for an excursion across the Howrah Bridge – to the big train station on the other side. I was shooting with my iPhone 6 out the car window – and captured this “up top” image. I loved the subtle color in the image – and decided to leave in color rather than converting it to monochrome.
It’s one of my favorites from the trip!
Shooting out of the car window with an iPhone can be challenging – but it’s also a lot of fun when things come together. This image was shot from the car window with my iPhone 6 on my last day in Kolkata, India. I happened to see him ahead through the front window and fired off a lucky shot. The iPhone 6 helps makes us all great photographers! It’s all about the moment.
Back in the summer of 2010, I went on an amazing trip to India. It was a business trip and I didn’t take any fancy camera gear along.
My first stop was Kolkata (Calcutta) – I’ve never seen such a concentration of humanity as I saw in Kolkata. Our hotel was away from the crowds and had a beautiful pond with these lilypads. This is an evening shot taken with my iPhone. I love the color, the geometry and the texture in this shot.
I hope to go back to India sometime soon – so much more to learn and beautiful people to photograph!
Three years ago this month I was in India – and my first stop was Kolkata. It was a business trip – and I neglected to pack any serious camera gear – so the limited shooting I did was with either my iPhone or a Canon PowerShot S95.
This image one of the ones shot with my iPhone – probably an iPhone 4 given that date. I was out with a guide in a car touring the city and she had the driver stop along the Hooghly River where I captured this image of the men/boys and their colorful boats – presumably warming up for the day ahead.