Time in a Frame

The era of holding a photo album and skimming through its pages is nearly gone. A smartphone with apps that allow instant and easy sharing of pictures has made these albums redundant.

But the art of photography has achieved a new high. Today, wedding photography or birthday photography is no longer about people standing in a group and clicking straight-faced pictures. It’s now all about capturing precious moments – laughing, crying, running, jumping, making naughty faces – everything that’s candid.

While the tribe of candid photographers is growing in numbers, this is an art that has been mastered by few such as Nishal Lama of dropDstudio. His vast experience in just a few years shows is his framed time machine – and this is the experience I’ve tried to showcase in my column for Gyan Vitaranam.

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Feature image sourced from Nishal Lama himself.

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