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Year : 2020  |  Volume : 68  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 531

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Senior consultant Brain and Spine diseases, Gertrude's Garden Children Hospital Nairobi, Kenya; Wish Nü Healthcare Services & Allied Hospitals, Ahmedabad, India

Date of Web Publication6-Jul-2020

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DOI: 10.4103/0028-3886.289013

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Chouhan MS. The Cover Page. Neurol India 2020;68:531

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1ST Photograph shows beautiful evening over the Qutub Minar Complex Delhi skies has a tendency be awesome sometimes in winters and I waited for the sun to set seeing the clouds. In Photography world we call such sunsets as 'Epic Sunsets.

I wanted to remove unnecessary clutter of buildings around Qutub Minar which was done in photoshop. I also wanted to show a wide-angle perspective (Key stoning) to show entire imposing building as a “Toy Block”.

2nd photograph is a composite of my two images. To be able to picture on Tripod, you need special permissions from ASI which I did not possess, I wanted to take a Night shot of Qutub with star trails, but light pollution of Delhi may not allow that to happen. Hence, I used my start trail image taken in a dark reserve and recomposed the Qutub Minar complex in Photoshop.

I think I was able to create a realistic sense of what I have always imagined of this place.

Camera specifications:

Camera Nikon D700

Lens 17-35 f2.8

SHOT AT 17 mm Handheld

Aperture f22, Shutter 1/60th of a sec.

Taken in 2010

Location Qutub Minar Compound Delhi.


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