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Nimit Nigam

Nimit Nigam



I am a 26 year old self-taught photographer based in New Delhi. An avid learner, my thirst for something more than paints and canvases landed me in the field of photography and I started clicking frames instead of painting them. The journey of gradual learning and exploring through this new fascination of mine which started in my 3rd year of graduation still continues. I click a varied number of subjects which include landscapes, portraits, festivals, astro (Stars and Galaxies) etc. I hold a Bachelor Degree in Fine Art Education from Jamia Millia Islamia University. I am currently seeking a satisfying career where I can utilize my creativity, personal skills and interest and direct them towards success of an organisation. 2010 - Group Exhibition With Indian Photographers and Jamia Mass Comm and Fine Arts Photographer on 19th August 2010 2013 - Exhibition With CAMERAunLIMITED and GOONJ in order to raise funds for flood affected regions of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh 20th July, 2013... 2013 - Photograph Using Etihad Airways for Their Campaign 2011 - Videographer and Photographer Volunteer on Delhi Photo Festival 2011, Indian Habitat Center, New Delhi Worked Under some Great Photographers of India like Dinesh Khanna, Prashant Panjiar, Dr.Alka Pandey... 2012 - Photo Published on Better Photography September 2012 Magazine - Your Picture Section * Contributing Artist on GETTY IMAGES and 2013 - Featured on 500px Blog 2013 - Photo Featured on 2012 - Ist Runner-up of Tamron Challenge - Delhi.. 2013 - Featured on Creative Gaga Magazine May/June13 Issue... 2014 - Featured on 3rd Jan. 2014 Dainik Jagran Saptrang Issue 2014 - Won 1st Place on International Ramadan Competition in Architecture Category. 2014 - Group Exhibition on Delhi Streets Photography by DPEG and APEX, 19th Jan. 2014.... 2014 - "Alvida Jumma Sunset at Jama Masjid" Selected on 7th August 2014 National Geographic Daily Dozen 2014 - Photo Exhibit on "100 Frames on World Photography Day August 19" at M.F. Hussain Art Gallery, Jamia Millia Islamia... 2014 - Lecture in Jamia Fine Arts on "Memorable Journey of Ladakh" 2014 - "Basic and Advance Lecture and Workshop" on BITS Pilani, Rajasthan... 2014 - "March Photo Of The Month" Winner on in What Digital Camera Site 2014 - "Night Contrast" Published in Asian Photography September 2014 Issue 2014 - Photo Listed on "100 Flickr Best Entries Of September 2014 - by" 2014 - Interview on Kalakaaris Issue5 - Valriyak Media 2014 - "Barber" Selected on 26th November 2014 National Geographic Daily Dozen 2015 - "Night Contrast" Featured in What Digital Camera Magazine February 2015 Issue 2015 - "An Illuminated Journey" 3rd Runner Up On #NikonWallOf Fame Competition by Nikon India. 2015 - Dharamsala and Mcleod Story Featured in National Geographic Traveller Romania 2015 - Interview Published in 2015 - Group Exhibition on Street Photography and Light on Monuments by DPEG and APEX, 11th July 2015.... 2015 - Photograph Of the Month in Smart Photography Magazine August Issue. 2015 - NPhoto Magazine Architecture Competition Winner. 2015 - Shoot for Govt. Of West Bengal 2015 - Featured on Space.Com Website
  • Nikon D3000
  • Nikon D800
  • Nikon 18-55mm VR
  • Nikon 55-200mm VR
  • Nikon 50mm F/1.8G
  • Close Up Rings
  • Vanguard Espod CX 203AGH
  • Vanguard 2GO 46BK Daypack
  • Big Lee Stopper

How to Shoot "Time Interval Single Frame"

Published June 3rd, 2014

How to Shoot "Time Interval Single Frame"

I was trying “Time Interval Single Frame“ photograph for quite some time but never got satisfying results because of certain mistakes...So here what I learnt from my mistakes and finally achieved what I was looking for:

1. Decide how big Time Interval Single frame shot you want...According to that decide your start and end time..

2. Usually I love to shoot from daytime to Golden Hour to Blue Hour and Final Shot of Night...But if you want so you can start from morning too when you get Night-Blue-Golden and then Daytime...

3. Using of Tripod is compulsory because you want all shots from same angle. It helps in overlapping the shots in Photoshop.

4. Settings is not so Important.It depends on you how and what setting you want to use. Only thing you have to take care is that while changing exposure setting,do not change the aperture as it may affect Depth of Field. Change the shutter speed and since the camera is mounted on tripod work with l ...

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