Saturday, February 17, 2007

B/W & Sepia photography

Color pictures seem more alive but Black & White seem to hold on to the TIME with each moment frozen in expressions of the subject --


Blogger Divine India said...

आपसे मैं भी सहमत हूँ…जो प्राकृतिक सत्य b/w तस्वीरों में आते हैं रंगीन में व्यक्तित्व का कुछ पहलु छुप जाता है…जो रंगों के प्रभाव में खुद को अदृश्य कर लेता है…।

11:19 AM  
Blogger ePandit said...

सही कहा दिव्याभ ने, श्वेत श्याम तस्वीरों को जबरदस्ती रंगीन बनाने से उनकी प्राकृतिक सुन्दरता खत्म हो जाती है।

10:05 AM  
Blogger Harshad Jangla said...

Sepia and B & W technique have their own charm and beauty.Now many professional photographers have begun giving their pictures in these two colors.
Nice pictures !
-Harshad Jangla

5:36 PM  
Blogger लावण्यम्` ~ अन्तर्मन्` said...

दीव्याभ जी, व शीर्षजी,
सच कहा - श्वेत / श्याम चित्र हमेँ अँतर्मुख करते हैँ -
रँगीन चित्र भी सुँदर होते हैँ -

( ये भीबतला दुँ कि, पहला चित्र,
भारत कोकिला सुश्री लता मँगेशकरजी ने खिँचा है )

~~ लावण्या

12:36 PM  
Blogger लावण्यम्` ~ अन्तर्मन्` said...

Yes Harshad bhai, so legendry photographers select their B/W pic.s
as their favorites --
thanx -& Rgds,

12:38 PM  
Blogger Rajat Narula said...

Its one of the rare blog I came across with true passion for art... You are highly creative and it is a treat to visit this blog...

9:48 PM  
Blogger Retroman said...

Dear Ms Lavanya

I came across your blog and another blog where you had left some comments about your father's songs. I had the pleasure of meeting him as a young man; my mother too worked in All India Radio Bombay in the 1970s and 80s. I am doing some research on old Hindi films (specifically Navketan) and I know that your father wrote songs for Afsar (nain deewane) and for Andhiyan and perhaps Hamsafar. I wanted to know if there were any pictures/accounts of his time with the producers, or Chetan Anand/Dev Anand/Suraiya etc Will be grateful if you could revert. I will check this blog, but you can also write to me at

6:06 AM  

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