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Professional Jewellery Photographer. Based in Mumbai, India. www.sukantaseal.com | info@sukantaseal.com | sukantaseal@gmail.com Graduate (B.V.A) from Govt. College of Art & Craft in Graphic Design / Applied Art. I can't display my Jewellery photography stuff for some customers privacy policy but i can explore my other personal works. I would love to read your critics about my works, those are the sources of learning for me. I hope your time and efforts visiting my page, were really worth it and you enjoyed it. warm regards, Sukant, Mumbai (India)
  • EOS 5D MARK II
  • HASSELBLAD H2 Body With Phase One P45+ Back
  • EOS 5D
  • EOS 500D
  • Nikon Coolpix S210
  • Apple iPod Touch 4
  • iPhone 4
  • Canon EF 24--105 mm F4L IS USM
  • Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM
  • Hasselblad HC Macro f/4 120mm II Lens
  • Wish List: MacBook Pro
  • iMAC

When Spider busy surfing the net ...lolzzz

Published November 29th, 2013

Photo © by www.sukantaseal.com

THANK YOU FOR "VOTING & FAVOR"...♥

Please do not use without my written permission.

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Friends Forever

Published August 30th, 2013

Photo © by www.sukantaseal.com

THANK YOU FOR "VOTING & FAVOR"...♥

Please do not use without my written permission.

Have A Nice Day.!

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3D - Tutorial

Published March 8th, 2013

Made some 3D Images or Ana-glyph Simulation with Photoshop In a Minute ... hope you like ..

Here is the Tutorial :)

Step 1. Image > Duplicate

Now remember that we have to create two superimposed images of different colours.

So next duplicate the layers.

Step 2. Right click on the background layer in the layers panel and duplicate the image.

Now we have two layers on top of each other. Time to change their colour properties.

The layers are presently in full RGB colour. We want the top layer to be composed only of Red colour, so to make it fully red we will strip the top layer of the blue and green colours. In order to do so.

Step 3. Go to Image > Adjustments > Levels

Here first select the green channel and

Step 4. Change the green channel output levels from 255 to 0

Step 5. Next select the blue channel output levels from 255 to 0

Now the top layer will look a dark red color. However this layer is fully opaque and we want to be able to see the bottom layer also through this ...

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Drops

Published January 7th, 2013

Sharing some water drops hope you all like ....

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Its a Fun time......

Published November 21st, 2012

Having fun with my 4yrs old son Parthiv , hope you like it......

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