Monday, April 28, 2008

NYC Fun with Cameras And Lights

Hi Everyone, I recently took a lighting workshop in NYC. The workshop was conducted by Don Gianetti and it was a lot of fun. I learned a lot and am starting to implement it in my photography. There were a bunch of models who tirelessly modeled for us the whole day. Thanks guys. You were absolutely super. Thanks Don for the great workshop.

I also want to thank Jarett from Duckling photography who has been very kind to me and taught me a lot as well. Thanks Jarett. You are great!

So...back to photography...what do you get when you put 3 drop dead models and a bunch of photographers together? Lots of fun and some amazing images!!!

Here are a few that I took. Hope you enjoy... Let me know your thoughts...

Friday, April 18, 2008

Vivacious Sara

I recently had the pleasure of meeting and photographing Sara Toth. Sara is energetic, vivacious and a complete ham. She can make even the most dour person smile with her cheerful demeanour. She loves watching Barney, eating cupcakes and reapeating every word that anyone around her mutters :)
It was so much fun spending the afternoon with the Toth's. Thank you so much for letting me come into your home and capture a few moments of your life. I had a blast.
ps. The red velvet cake was out of this world. Thanks Laurie.

Here are some pictures. Hope you enjoy!

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Killing some time with a good friend...

One Friday not too long ago, my friend PJ invited me to her house to take some pictures. It was a last minute thing and I did not have my camera or lenses with me. This was at about 5 in the evening. I knew I was supposed to pick up my husband Mahesh from the train station at around 7 pm. So... I hesitated... Was there enough time... But of course the lure of spending some time behind my camera was irressitable. So I said yes (but only for a half hour or so...)and ran (drove) home to get my 'gear'. I was able to get to her house by 6.15 and we then went ahead and started taking the pictures. As it turned out PJ is quite a natural in front of the camera. Not to mention absolutely beautiful. We ended up spending 50 minutes before we realized that I had to leave. We had to wrap up that session. I picked up my husband (who btw patiently waited for 45 mins at the train station for me to wrap up my shoot.) I took him out to his favourite restaurant for dinner to thank him.... I am so blessed to have such wonderful friends and family. Thanks honey for being so patient and understanding. Thanks PJ for the time.

Here are some pictures from our photo shoot. Enjoy!

Monday, April 14, 2008


Hello Everyone,
Thank You for stopping by. My Name is Nishita and I Love photography. Its an area where you can learn and grow all the time. I will use this site to keep everyone posted on all my photo adventures. So stay tuned for some fun updates.

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