Portrait Photography at rajabhatkhawa
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Portrait Photography- Kids of Rajabhatkhawa

It felt great that our Short Trip to Rajabhatkhawa ended the exact way I wanted. When I first got my Camera, I didn’t think Portrait Photography would be such amazing. It was my trip to a picturesque forest village named Lepchakha in December 2017 that I realised the beauty of Portraits. Thus, I purchased my first prime lens; the Canon 50 mm 1.8 and it was pure joy since then.

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When I chanced upon these amazing kids playing by the side of the road at Rajabhatkhawa, I decided to try my hand at Portrait Photography. They were full of life and it was a good half hour interacting with them. They were more than happy to showcase their skills. Of the tens of portraits I clicked by the side of the pond, I am sharing 5 of those here.

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Portrait Photography- Photo 1

The kid on the left of the screen was showcasing his skills in the water which drew us towards them.

Portrait Photography at rajabhatkhawa
Shutter Speed: 1/640 Aperture: 3.2 ISO: 100

Portrait Photography- Photo 2

These kids were such amazing swimmers that really made me think how much skill we have in this land. Its just a matter of tapping the talent.

Portrait Photography at rajabhatkhawa
Shutter Speed: 1/1000 Aperture: 3.2 ISO: 100

Portrait Photography- Photo 3

He was the shy boy who even tried shying away from the camera, but I didn’t let him do that.

Portrait Photography at rajabhatkhawa
Shutter Speed: 1/1000 Aperture: 3.2 ISO: 100

Portrait Photography- Photo 4

He seemed to be a natural poser. Its just poverty that makes all talent fade away with time.

 

Portrait photography at rajabhatkhawa
Shutter Speed: 1/1600 Aperture: 1.8 ISO: 100

Portrait Photography- Photo 5

The same poser again. I really felt bad I didn’t have chocolates in my bag to offer them and there was not a single shop nearby.

portrait photography at rajabhatkhawa
Shutter Speed: 1/1600 Aperture: 3.2 ISO: 100

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