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Mukul Soman

Mukul Soman

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I love shooting on my phone, as it disconnects me completely from all the technical aspects of photography and it lets me completely focus on my subject alone. All photos that will be shown here are taken on the iphone & processed in-phone using Snapseed. Free free to check them out!
  • Nikon D3s
  • Apple iPhone5
  • Nikon 1 V1
  • Nikon D800
  • Mamiya 645 DF +
  • Mamiya 45mm f 2.8
  • Mamiya 80mm f 2.8 LS
  • Nikon 85mm f 1.8 D
  • Nikon 50mm f 1.8 Manual Focus
  • Nikon 35mm f2 D
  • Nikon 24mm f 1.4 G
  • Nikon 70-200 f2.8 VR
  • Nikon 20mm f 2.8 Manual focus
  • Mamiya 150mm f 3.5

Drenched in landscapes

Published June 13th, 2013

I was so in need of a day to just go out and do some much needed landscape photography for the soul. Lately I have been really busy, trying to push out our game, Forza Motorsports 5 for the much acclaimed E3 conference. Now that it's done, I got to take a day off any enjoy this beautiful landscape of Nisqually, WA. It was an instinctive drive on an overcast day that became one of the most amazing evening for 2 reasons.

One, I got to photograph some incredible ballet of light, rain, wind and the stormy looming cloud cover. But more than that, the second reason made this evening all the more special. As we were hiking around, we came across two old Barns where there were hundreds of nesting swallows. And right next to them was a photographer, who was photographing the swallows feeding their young. We stopped and had a chat. Soon, we discovered how we shared very similar philosophies when it came to photography and in no time, we were a trio of friends out to take some fantastic shots of ...

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Bon Voyage

Published June 3rd, 2013

I love the time I go on the Ferry. It's such a refreshing ride, especially on a sunny day with just the right amount of clouds in the sky. These photos were taken during many such trips with my lovely lady. I tried experimenting with multiple exposures quite a lot in this series. Never really thought I would enjoy it so much. It reminds me of juxtaposing compositions when I shoot reflections of glass and a subject through that same glass. I had a lot of fun shooting these, hope you enjoy them just as much! Enjoy!

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Leaflets and droplets

Published January 8th, 2013

I love rain! One of the reasons why I moved to Washington state, USA is because it rains here pretty often. So it was only quite natural for me to step out of the warm cozy comfort of my home into the cold gardens, to capture some images of water droplets and leaves harmoniously weaving their visual elegance, in sync with each other. Check them out and let me know what you think!

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Fox on the prowl

Published October 13th, 2012

One of the greatest rewards a wildlife photographer can get is when an animal accepts his presence and begins to behave and go about doing its business as if the photographer was never even there. I was lucky to experience this when I went hiking at the Mt. Rainier National Park this Summer. I came across this amazing Cascade Red Fox, which is unique to the Cascade mountain range of the Northwest.

I was lucky to watch and photograph this wild animal hunting. One of the most unforgettable experiences while hiking in the Northwest.

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Adrift in the ocean

Published August 27th, 2012

Jellyfish are probably some of the most unusual and mysterious creatures that you'll ever encounter. With their gelatinous bodies and dangling tentacles, they look more like something from a horror movie than a real animal.I had the fortune to see these animals up close at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Check out these monochromatic images of the oceans drifters!

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