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Kranthi Chand

Kranthi Chand

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Traveler. Mechanical Engineer. Sports Management Student at EMLYON Business School. Passionate about Real Madrid, A R Rahman, High Fantasy, Photography and Indian Hockey
  • Nikon D600
  • Nikon F3
  • AF-S NIKKOR 24-85 mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR
  • Nikkor 35-105 mm f/3.5-4.5 AI-s

Analog Diaries - China

Published April 6th, 2014

I had greatly looked forward to my 4 month stay in China, planning to travel, click and have some fun. Unfortunately, my Nikon D600 got stolen half way through the trip. I was all sour and dejected for a couple of months. Then, I picked up a Nikon F3, to try a bit of Analog photography. Its been a great fun to shun away all digital thoughts and relearning the manual art!

Here are some of my captures in China.

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A little trip back to India

Published October 15th, 2013

As an photography enthusiast, it has always been a wonderful experience to travel across my home country capturing a plethora of colors and emotions. After purchasing my first DSLR, while studying in Europe, I went back home for holidays with a couple of friends. In an anticipation to show them a few of the fascinating things about my country, I ended up with richer memories and experience a lot more of the culturally very diverse land.

Would like to share a bit of the story through these photos.

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La Fête des Lumières - 2012

Published March 3rd, 2013

My first experience of Fête des Lumières during my stay in Lyon. An amazing event co-ordination and organization by the city of Lyon.

The Festival of Lights (Fête des lumières) is celebrated in Lyon, France to expresses gratitude toward Mary, mother of Jesus on December 8 of each year. This uniquely Lyonnaise tradition dictates that every house place candles along the outsides of all the windows to produce a spectacular effect throughout the streets.

"Vive Marie!"

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