Thursday, 29 March 2012

How do you protect your camera in stormy conditions? Watch Karl Taylor g...

Good Evening . . .

Monday, 26 March 2012

Taj Mahal on the side of Yamuna River . . .

DSCN4539-2 by ShubhenduPhotography
DSCN4539-2, a photo by ShubhenduPhotography on Flickr.

Taj Mahal . . . the way I look at it .

The Taj Mahal is the epitome of Mughal art and one of the most famous buildings in the world. There have been few serious studies of it and no full analysis of its architecture and meaning. Ebba Koch, an important scholar, has been permitted to take measurements of the complex and has been working on the palaces and gardens of Shah Jahan for thirty years and on the Taj Mahal itself—the tomb of the emperor’s wife, Mumtaz Mahal—for a decade. 

At the entrance . . .

First look . . 

Second look . .

Taj - Whole . . .

Saturday, 24 March 2012

through my lens . . .

Camera Benchmarkers DxOMark Say the Nikon D800 Has the Best Sensor Ever… For Now

Benchmarks don’t always tell the whole story of a gadget or device, but they can be quite handy as support for those gut instincts and intuitions people have while using a device. And in the case of the Nikon D800, whose sensor DxOMark called the best ever after benchmarking it, it will need all the support it can get in its inevitable comparison against the Canon 5D MKIII.
DxOMark says that the D800 sensor has top notch color depth, dynamic range, and low-light handling, placing third, first, and third against all other cameras, respectively. It even bested the Nikon D4 and Canon 5D MKII The benchmark company also says that the sensor has a price-to-quality ratio that’s unmatched. But how long it will hold this title remains to be seen.
You see, DxOMark has yet to benchmark the 5D MKIII or the 1DX, meaning that the real best sensor could still be lurking in the waters of untested cameras. Still though, these raw performance specs should not be taken lightly: they put the D800 a class comparable to many medium format cameras. That’s pretty awesome. [DxOMark via PetaPixel]

Nikon D4 Hands-on Review

How do you protect your photography equipment when travelling? - By Karl...

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

few photographs with nature . . .

I love nature and that's why most of my photography in around with Nature. 
Here few close shots for the day.

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

An artist always think different . . .u like it or not . . .


Hardly get any recognition for this butterfly. I found this green butterfly in the summer ' 2011. I tried to show it in social media like FACEBOOK, Twitter . . .but just getting "good shot" "beautiful colour" "Nice shot" "good job done" all these appreciation . . .NO, I don't want all these appreciations, I only wanted to know  its Unique bread  . . .I will ask all my friends, please do not appreciate my photography, if you can just appreciate OUR GOD . . . he who create all these for our nature . . . We need everything whatever God has given to us . . .do not destroy his creative world . . .SAVE EARTH BY SAVE FOREST  . . .

Monday, 19 March 2012

Zeiss 70-200 f/2.8 Coming to Canon for NAB 2012?

Zeiss 70-200 f/2.8 Coming to Canon for NAB 2012?

 Zeiss 70-200 f/2.8 ZE Mount
Zeiss is rumored to be announcing a 70-200 f/2.8 at NAB in Las Vegas next month. This would be the first zoom lens Zeiss has produced for the ZE and ZF mounts.
Expect Zeiss to also announce new Cine CP.2 lenses at NAB.

Sunday, 18 March 2012

Raymond Barlow comes to India - May 2012

Raymond Barlow comes to India - May 2012Date: 2012-03-18
The master of Creative Wildlife Photography techniques – ‘Raymond Barlow’ - conducting photography workshops for photographers around the world... Africa, Yellowstone, Newfoundland, Florida, British Columbia, Costa Rica and finally...

….. Dr Caesar Photography presents - Raymond Barlow to all my dear friends in INDIA.

Ray, an international celebrity in the field of wildlife photography, helps photographers across the world to polish their creative talents. Ray specializes in creative wildlife photography... highlights of his visit will be 'Exposure with Birding', 'Autofocus management for bird photography', 'Birds in Flight techniques', 'Creative imaging', 'Equipments', 'Hand held techniques', 'Understanding RAW files' and 'Digital medium processing and workflow', 

Ray is coming to India and we plan to do a series of "RAYMOND BARLOW PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINARS" in three major cities - Mumbai > Kolkata > Delhi. I am afraid, seats are going to get exhausted too fast and I insist, you must register yourself now to secure your seats. You can register yourself without paying any money right at this moment. We will announce the payment process very soon. The tentative registration fee for these seminars is an unbelievably low Rs 1050.

Please note, we plan to extend these seminars to a 3 nights 4 days workshop to PANGOT, SAT TAL... the birding heavens... where we shall have only 8 seats ! Approximate cost for the field workshop would be Rs 25,000 for a Ray Balow experience in Pangot and Sat Tal …. !!! Hmmm … Raymond Barlow ... and Pangot, Sat Tal ... does that sound like a irresistible combination????

I know it does ... make sure you register before the seats are over.
(Mumbai / Kolkata / Delhi - 100 registrations will be accepted per location !)


Mumbai – 29th April 2012 (Limited seats available)
Kolkata – 30th April 2012 (Registrations are on)
Delhi – 1st May 2012 (Registrations are on)
Pangot and Sat Tal, Batch 1 - 3rd to 6th May 2012 (This batch is now full)
Pangot and Sat Tal, Batch 2 - 7th to 10th May 2012 (Registrations are on)
* Subject to change under unavoidable circumstances
Auto focus management for Bird Photography
Exposure balance in Bird Photography
Birds and Wildlife skill set improvement
The Digital medium - Processing and Work Flow
Creative Wildlife Photography
Understanding Raw files
Day 1 - bird photography at Pangot and 1 night, 1 day luxurious stay at Jungle Lore Birding Lodge, Pangot
Day 2, 3 and 4 - bird photography at Sat Tal and 2 Nights, 3 days luxurious stay at Sat Tal Birding Lodge, Sat Tal
** The cost of Pangot and Sat Tal (Kathgodam - Kathgodam) mentioned includes all bird photography training, all meals as per the itinerary, dedicated services of local birding guide for 3 Days, dedicated vehicle for local transport for 3 days and above all ... a Raymond Barlow experience !!!

For further details of Pangot and Sat Tal birding expedition with Raymond - CLICK HERE


Registering your self is a MUST. Please click on the below link to register yourself.

Please select your preferred seminar / workshop and fill in all details to register yourself. In case you wish to attend in more than one location, please ensure you mention the same in remarks column.

For all inquiries please mail us at and


1.     Mumbai – Rs 1050 per head
2.     Kolkata – Rs 1050 per head
3.     Delhi – Rs 1050 per head
4.     Pangot and Sat Tal – Rs 25,000 per head

* The cost of Pangot and Sat Tal (Kathgodam - Kathgodam) mentioned includes all bird photography training, all meals as per the itinerary, dedicated services of local birding guide for 3 Days, dedicated vehicle for local transport for 3 days and above all ... a Raymond Barlow experience !!!


Pay to : Caesar Sengupta
Account no. 911010061760341
Bank name: Axis Bank
Branch name: CBD Belapur
Branch address: Ground floor, Ellora Commercial Unit 1-4, Plot no. 27,
Sector 11,  CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai - 400614,  Maharashtra, India
MICR Code: 400211068
IFSC Code: UTIB0000861



​Time: 10 am to 3 pm

Nanak Chambers, Plot No. D-7,
Opp. Fun Republic, Off New Link Road, 
Andheri (W), Mumbai – 400 053, India


​Time: 10 am to 3 pm

Bangla Academy, 1st Floor,
Nandan - Bangla Akademi Complex,
AJC Bose Road, Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani,
Behind Nandan Cinema, Kolkata - 700020, India.


​Time: 5 pm to 9 pm

IndiPix Gallery
B2/1 Vasant Vihar
New Delhi - 110057, India


Expression series - 1 . . .

Expression series - 2. . ..