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Nair Fotografia

Nair Fotografia



I believe in What you see is what you get..I am an engineer by profession and my camera is my best friend, it goes every where i go....been into professional photography for the last 4 years..i absolutely love it.... My favorite genres are Landscape & Architecture. I hope you will like viewing my portfolio and if you do, please drop in a comment or two...
  • Canon EOS XSi (450D)
  • Canon EOS 7D
  • Canon 5d Mark III
  • Canon 70-200 F2.8 L IS II
  • Rokinon 8mm fish eye lens, manual Aperture f3.5
  • 50 mm prime, f1.4 Canon
  • 16-35 mm F2.8 L
  • 40 mm Pancake f2.8
  • 100 mm Macro f2.8 L
  • 18-55 mm stock Canon lens f3.5
  • Tokina 11-16mm F2.8

Canon 5dMark III

Published March 5th, 2012

So finally the Mark III is here. Priced at 3499$, its 500$ more than the D800 from Nikon which hosts a 36 mp sensor compared to the 22 mp from Canon. So far the Canon seem to out shadow the D800 as far as most specifications goes except when it comes to video. D800 can do continuous AF while shooting video.

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Where is Canon hiding ?

Published February 7th, 2012

Nikon has announced the D800..yet..

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Mac rules!!!

Published September 12th, 2011

You can call me an apple fanboy..but i was looking at Google Analytics today to see how many people are using mac/safari/firefox versus pc/Internet Exploder/firefox to visit my webpage and here are the states....93% of them use mac :) i guess we all photographers gotta love the mac:)

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Google Analytics

Published September 11th, 2011

Have you all tried using Google Analytics ? It really didn't work the first few days i signed up an account and linked my website to my Google Analytics account..after a few days, some good data has been getting collected. I have attached a screenshot of the dashboard..pretty cool information...

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Pretty cool Tilt Shift

Published August 24th, 2011

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